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  • 01:03

    Military Monday with John D. Gresham With USNI Press Author Rodney Watterson

    in Military

    "Being in a ship is like being in a jail, with the chance of being drowned" – Samuel Johnson


     


    For hundreds of years, the keeping of order and discipline aboard naval vessels was based around a delicate balance of privileges and punishment. Privileges included the daily distribution of alcoholic beverages such as grog (a mix of rum and water), while punishment included confinement (in prison barges or shackles aboard ship) and/or flogging. Given that life aboard a sailing ship was itself a form of confinement and imprisonment, the traditional means of maintaining discipline proved adequate during the Age of Fighting Sail. But the coming of the 19th century, and with it the revolutionary power of steam engines, completely change the character and demographic of enlisted sailors in the navies worldwide. Aboard the fighting ships of the U.S. Navy there were still rough men who performed primarily physical skills, but added to this were the first of a wave of technicians and mechanics. Nevertheless, these sailors still drank too much, fought and brawled, and periodically deserted their posts. It was for these men, the naval discipline afloat continued to be enforced.


    And as the U.S. Navy expanded and contracted between 1850 in the 1930s, discipline afloat and punishment ashore also evolved. The first large U.S. Navy prisons were constructed, including the facility at the Portsmouth Naval Yard in New Hampshire, the largest such facility of its time. To learn more about the evolution and enforcement of discipline and punishment in the U.S. Navy between 1850 in the 1930s, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) for Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on @Writeswtream) at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guest this week is U.S. Naval Institute Press (USNIBooks) writer Rodney Watterson, author of the book Whips to Walls.

  • 00:43

    PRAYING AGAINST THE SPIRIT OF DRUNKNESS

    in Religion

    DRUNKNESS is a way to break down morals and open people up  and perversion.  We believe that spirit of drunkness operates under the strongman  of Belial. 
    1 Samuel 2:12      
     
               
     
          The Wicked Sons of Eli 12 Now the sons of Eli were corrupt;[a] they did not know the LORD

  • 00:37

    Cookie and The Coffeeman

    in Comedy

    Every week, we come to you to bring you news and our thoughts.  Maybe cookies drunkness. 


     


    Warning- Kids maybe in the back ground.

  • 00:25

    The Spirit of Alcohol and Drunkenness

    in Religion

    The strongman of Belial.  Also know in the Word of God and referred to as Sodomy.
    Sodomy" and "sodomite" are some of the ugliest words in the English language.  They of course are derived from the Canaanite city of Sodom, whose destruction along with Gomorrah is related in Genesis 19.  Most people assume that homosexuality was the grounds for this divine retribution and that this is the reason that gay men have been branded "sodomites."
    Tune in as we expose the relationship between spirit of Alcohol and Drunkenness are related to Sodomy

  • 00:22

    No Apology Necessary, Just Respect

    in Religion

    Part 2.
    Greetings! This lesson is inspired by Black History month. During our time together I'll be talking about the history of the races; we will spend a lot of time in the book of Gene, as there are a few things that I'd like to discuss about reverence. In the story of Schem, Ham and Japheth we read about Noah pernouncing a curse on Canna, not Ham. Although Canna committed the abominable sin (greek scholars says,"it was a homosexual act)...the bible says,"when Noah awake from his drunkness and knew what was done to him, he cursed Canna, Ham's son saying, "a servant to Schem shall you be." In this lesson I will build my arguement on proof of the curse being on Canna, not on Ham--his father. In those days the children paid for the sins of the fathers and we'll look at that too. Also, we will see why the nations are as they are.
    Keturah
    http://www.inspirationalcorneronline.com and watch the broadcast.

  • 00:28

    No Apology Necessary Just Respect

    in Religion

    Greetings! This lesson is inspired by Black History month. During our time together I'll be talking about the history of the races; we will spend a lot of time in the book of Gene, as there are a few things that I'd like to discuss about reverence. In the story of Schem, Ham and Japtha we read about Noah pernouncing a curse on Canna, not Ham. Although Canna committed the abominable sin (greek scholars says,"it was a homosexual act)...the bible says,"when Noah awake from his drunkness and knew what was done to him, he cursed Canna, Ham's son saying, "a servant to Schem shall you be." In this lesson I will build my arguement on proof of the curse being on Canna, not on Ham--his father. In those days the children paid for the sins of the fathers and we'll look at that too. Also, we will see why the nations are as they are.
    Keturah
    http://www.inspirationalcorneronline.com and watch the broadcast.

  • 00:30

    DRUNKNESS IN THE LIVING ROOM

    in Entertainment

    DRINKING IN THE LIVING ROOM TALKING ABOUT EVERY THING CALL IN AND PARTY WITH US!!!!

  • 01:02

    60 Minutes of Encouraging Words- The Conclusion of the Fifth Steps of AA

    in Religion

    Step 5
    Admitted to God, to ourselves, and to another human being the exact nature of our wrong.

    The Biblical counterpart, to step five comes out of James 5:16 King James Version.

    16. Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.
    Evangelist /Prophetess Debra Tate