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In Matthew 1:17, the number 14 is found three times over, connected with Christ coming into the world. There are 14 generations from Abraham to David. Fourteen generations from David to the Babylonian captivity. Then another 14 generations from the Babylonian captivity to the birth of Jesus, Who came to "save His people from their sins". Fourteen stands for deliverance. Every fourteenth generation was a pivitol point in God's dealings with His people. Three, as you will recall, is for resurrection. With every major event of deliverance for the people of God, resurrection life--revival and restoration--was breathed into the situation by the Wind of the Spirit.
According to 1 Chronicles 25:4-6, Heman had 14 sons and three daughters. He was the king's "seer" of the words of the Lord, a "prophetic psalmist". Under his direction, he led them in anointed song in the house of the Lord, accompanied by musical instruments.
Mediumship, or telepathic contact with spirits, is a difficult skill to develop, Incorporating a crystal ball, or suitable crystals, can enhance the learning process significantly. Mr. Claude Conlin considered Mediumship one of the important branches of crystal ball work.
Our featured Stone of the Week is calcite.
We will take listener's calls and answer questions during the program.
Reverend Jon Saint Germain is the Voice of the Crystal Silence League, providing Spiritual guidance on the practical use of crystals and crystal balls in the development of mental concentration and mind power, silent influence over others, divination and scrying of the future, and telepathic contact with people and spirits.
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Walk to Wealth day Fourteen
There are two important books to have on hand as you complete this 21-day Walk to Wealth coaching call series -- The ABCs of Money and You Vs. Wall Street.
Here are links to purchase the books.
The ABCs of Money
You Vs. Wall Street
****WELCOME EVERYONE TO THE FINAL MOTIVATION MONDAY OF 2014****
The Divas have had an exciting year and we are so happy that we get to welcome in the new while hashing out the old. It's that time of year when the world is individually vowing to become better people. It's the end of a year that may have been full of stress and strain for you...but guess what? You are not alone!
Tonight, we'll be talking about having the guts to face the change that may be coming your way. How do you do that? By STEPPING UP YOUR GAME! If your'e asking, "What game?" Then we've got a lot more talking to do than I thought. Lol...might as well start tonight.
With training camps well underway, we'll discuss the Kings' camp so far with Sheng Peng (@sheng_peng) who covers the team for the Hockey Writers. We'll also go around the league to talk some other major headlines like the ongoing Ryan Johansen/Columbus saga, Cam Barker coming back to bite the Blackhawks yet again, John Scott: On Patrol, and more! Tune in, call in, have a good 'ol time!
Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! as members of the talented Snyder family share their heart for serving God through music, writing, and web design.
John I. Snyder is an international pastor, author, and conference speaker. His highly-acclaimed prayer guide, Your 100-Day Prayer from Thomas Nelson Publishers, has transformed the lives of readers all over the world. John received his Master of Theology and Master of Divinity degrees from Princeton Theological Seminary. He and his talented wife Sherin are involved in church-planting ministry and the new www.TheologyMix.com. She is an interpreter for international conferences, an events planner, and much more.
Their daughter Stephanie finished high school at fourteen, just before moving with her family to Europe for missions. She earned her Freelance Journalism Honors Diploma and Honors Diploma in Subediting and Design from the London School of Journalism.
Sarah, the Snyder’s other daughter, also finished high school at age fourteen, then attended the King’s College in New York City. When the family moved to Switzerland, Sarah followed her sister’s footsteps and enrolled in the London School of Journalism and earned her Journalism, Newswriting, Subediting, and Design Honors Diplomas. Sarah (guitar, vocals, and piano) and Stephanie (drums, vocals, and percussion) formed the rock band Deer Park Avenue and have produced three records with renowned bassist Matt Bissonette.
Drummer ~ Tani Tabbal is a jazz drummer and plays percussion instruments of West Africa (djembe and doundoun), North India (tablas), and North Africa (doumbec). Tabbal’s passion is for the avant-garde and the blending of jazz with world rhythms. Tani has toured with Roscoe Mitchell, David Murray, Anthony Braxton and Casandra Wilson. A child prodigy at age five Tani began playing and exploring drums. By age fourteen he was a professional performing with Oscar Brown Jr. By age seventeen Tani had already played with Phil Coran and was preparing to tour with Sun Ra and his Arkestra. For more about Tani visit, www.tanitabbal.com.
Welcome to BlogTalkRadio's featured World of Ink Network. Today on the Stories for Children show, host Virginia S Grenier will be chatting with Author J.E. Thompson about his books, Revelation and Deliciously Dark Tales.
J. E. Thompson began his stormy relationship with writing at age fourteen when his English teacher nominated his short story for inclusion his school district’s writing competition. With the joy of success, and the sourness of that first submitted story’s subsequent failure behind him, he puttered on and off, writing fiction stories, non-fiction articles, and commercial copy for years. In November 2003, he accepted the NANOWRIMO (National Novel Writing Month) challenge to complete a fifty-thousand word book in one month. That rough draft, after myriad revisions, edits, rewrites, edits, revisions, professional editing, rewriting, eventually emerged as his first book, Revelation.
Revelation is the first book in a trilogy that chronicles fifteen year old Michelle Thorn’s life as it grows continually more confusing after she sees a Bigfoot in the Oregon forest near her home. Retaliation, the second book in the series continues to tell Michelle’s ongoing story, and is due out in August 2015.
Deliciously Dark Tales is a collection of sixteen short stories for those who like it dark.
J.E. Thompson's blog: jonthompsonauthor.blogspot.com
The World of Ink Network brings you shows each week on topics such as books, writing, interviews, self-help, empowerment, families and much more. Follow us at http://worldofinknetwork.com
Host Virginia S Grenier is an award-winning author, an editor for Halo Publishing, Int., and also, the director of the St. George Book Festival.
Episode #303: Exclusive! Voices of Global Freedom Radio Hosts Yoda and Backpack interviewing United States Air Force Brigadier General John E. Michel.
From the battles of Afghanistan to our audience Michel, will recount his distinguished command experiences in the world's warzones. He commanded the 438th Air Expeditionary Wing, Kabul, Afghanistan, and the fourteen nation NATO Air Training Command-Afghanistan.
“Dangerous missions and the perils of war through the eyes of General Michel.” says Janorama Editor-In-Chief Magnified View magazine. "There is a lot more to warfare and US military service than just engaging the enemy in air or ground combat."
General Michel, will make "Crystal clear the Fog of War for our listeners", said Backpack fouding host Voices of Global Freedom Radio. I invite you to read his blog www.generalleadership.com
Call in: Speak your mind, make comments, ask questions: (646) 652-4667
When: 4:00 PM (Pacific) on Saturday, February 21, 2014.
The show will be available in archives at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/voicesofglobalfreedom and
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Tonight on SWAG Radio, Yara Kaleemah will be talking with Erella about her upcoming release, "The Flip Artist."
Erella is an aspiring urban fiction author from Cleveland, Ohio. Born and raised in the predominantly African American suburb of East Cleveland with both parents and three siblings, she was raised in a deeply religious household, that is, until she left home to escape family violence, abandoned her religious upbringing and quickly became entangled in the excitement of street life and ended up getting married to the “dope man” in the early 1990’s. This resulted in her experiencing a series of unfortunate experiences including domestic violence, federal drug trafficking charges, divorce, homelessness and relocation to New York City where she began writing The Flip Artist. After 9/11 she returned to Ohio, re-enrolled in college and has earned two Bachelor’s degrees, in Africana Studies in 2005 and in Spanish in 2012.
Her novels chronicle the experiences of women who have survived drug addiction, hardship, loss, legal problems, crime, same-sex relationships, intimate partner violence, homelessness and other issues. She describes her writing style as “Pan African faction,” - fiction fused with historical and cultural facts. Currently single, she has three offspring and resides in Cleveland with her fourteen year old daughter. In addition to writing, she is an entrepreneur, who started her own publishing company, Wrong 2 Write Publishing and is also an English Language Learner Instructor for refugees and new immigrants preparing for the U.S. Citizenship Exam.