• 00:31

    How To Interpret Your Dreams

    in Health

    Have you ever wondered what your dreams mean? Could it be true that your dreams contain a very important message for you? In this show, I will share with you from my personal and professional experience, how to interpret your dreams and come to a much better understanding to a subject that has both fascinated and frustrated mankind for centuries. Join us as we awaken to what happens when we sleep.

  • 00:43

    How Mediums Interpret The Symbols & Images They Receive

    in Spirituality

    Air date: June 14, 2014


    Description: Have you ever wondered how mediums interpret the symbols and images they receive from the Other Side? Or how, specifically, Lisa's own interpretation of symbols/images list develops? Listen in to find out. Lisa will also give mini-readings to one or two callers. Call-in number is: (646) 929-0732.

  • 00:09

    How Should I Interpret the Bible? The Traditional View of God

    in Religion

    We always like to start out with the Word of God, and today's Bible verse is Psalm 119:18 which reads: "Open thou mine eyes, that I may behold wondrous things out of thy law."


    Today's quote about the Bible is from Miles Coverdale. He said: "It will greatly help you to understand scripture if you note – not only what is spoken and written, but of whom and to whom, with what words, at what time, where, to what intent, with what circumstances, considering what goes before and what follows."


    Today, we are going to continue our overview of some topics that will help us as we study the Bible throughout future episodes.


    Our topic for today is titled: "How Should I Interpret the Bible? The Traditional View of God” from the book, "The Promise and the Blessing" by  Michael A. Harbin.


    In contrast to the modern school, the traditional approach takes the view that God, by His nature, may intervene in space-time history on occasion, and in fact is recorded as having done so. Further, the traditional view maintains that a number of subordinate or lesser spiritual beings have also appeared or intervened in space-time history. Some of these lesser beings are fallen angels who oppose God (thus the issue of evil), a concept the liberal school in general does not seem to understand or at least does not accept.


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    On our next broadcast, we will look at "Why We Study the Bible According to the Traditional View.”

  • 00:10

    How Should I Interpret the Bible? The Development from the Modern View

    in Religion

    The Covenant & the Cross #3


    We always like to start out with the Word of God, and today's Bible verse is Psalms 119:11 which reads: "Thy word have I hid in mine heart, that I might not sin against thee."


    Today's quote about the Bible is from R.C. Sproul. He said: "We fail in our duty to study God's Word not so much because it is difficult to understand, not so much because it is dull and boring, but because it is work. Our problem is not a lack of intelligence or a lack of passion. Our problem is that we are lazy."


    Today, we are going to continue our overview of some topics that will help us as we study the Bible throughout future episodes.


    Our topic for today is titled: "How Should I Interpret the Bible? The Development from the Modern View" from the book, "The Promise and the Blessing: A Historical Survey of the Old and New Testaments" by  Michael A. Harbin.


    While there have been people who questioned the authority of the Bible and the authorship of individual biblical books, the modern view gained dominance in the 1800s after several scholars developed new theories about how the Old Testament was composed. These theories were brought together by Julius Wellhausen in his foundational work, “Prolegomena to the History of Ancient Israel” in 1878. Very quickly, certain influential scholars adopted Wellhausen's theory for the Old Testament and then subsequently applied his principles to find multiple sources in the New Testament.


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  • 00:10

    How Should I Interpret the Bible? The Modern View (The Covenant & the Cross #2)

    in Religion

    We always like to start out with the Word of God, and today's Bible verse is 2 Timothy 3:16-17 which reads: "All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: That the man of God may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works."


    Today's quote about the Bible is from Charles H. Spurgeon. He said, "A Bible that’s falling apart usually belongs to someone who isn’t."


    Today, we are going to continue our overview of some topics that will help us as we study the Bible throughout future episodes.


    Our topic for today is titled: "How Should I Interpret the Bible? The Modern View” from the book, "The Promise and the Blessing: A Historical Survey of the Old and New Testaments" by  Michael A. Harbin.


    In distinction to the traditional view, the second school of interpretation is often called the modern view, also known as the liberal or critical view (the latter term is unhelpful because it could imply that the traditional view does not analyze issues critically). The modern view approaches the biblical documents as suspect at best. While these documents claim to be history, they are assumed to be late forgeries until conclusively proven otherwise. This view gained dominance in scholarly circles during the latter part of the nineteenth century. Its supporters continue to label the bulk of the Bible as “myth,” though their position on certain matters has often changed as a result of corroborating evidence. The real issue underlying the thinking of these scholars is a set of philosophical assumptions rather than conflicting evidence. In general, these conjectures reflect a spirit of naturalism, which can be simplistically reduced to the idea that miracles cannot happen.


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  • 00:08

    Interpret my Dream!

    in Christianity

    I recently had a scary dream.... Let me know what you think it means!


     


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  • 00:12

    How Should I Interpret the Bible? The Traditional View (Covenant & the Cross #1)

    in Religion

    We always like to start out with the Word of God, and today's Bible verse is 2 Timothy 2:15 which reads: "Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth."


    Today's quote about the Bible is from D.L. Moody. He said, "The Bible was not given for our information but for our transformation."


    Today and for the next few broadcasts, as we begin our journey through the Bible, we are going to cover a few topics by way of overview that will help us throughout future episodes.


    Our topic for today is titled: "How Should I Interpret the Bible? The Traditional View" from the book, "The Promise and the Blessing: A Historical Survey of the Old and New Testaments" by  Michael A. Harbin.


    There are a number of ways to study the Bible. We could work our way through it book by book. We could take a thematic approach by following key themes, such as prophecy or salvation or love, through both the Old Testament and the New Testament. We could look at major sections, such as the Pentateuch or the prophetic literature or the Gospels. Each of these approaches is profitable.


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  • 00:30

    Financial Grace Radio: Cultivating God’s Money Trees in Your Life Today

    in Women

    Today's Show: Talking (or not talking) about Money


    Ephesians 4:15 tells us that we are to speak the truth in love.  Ordinarily we’d interpret a verse like that to have relevance when we’re approaching someone about a potential conflict.  But regarding finances, I have come to know it also as a directive that is particularly relevant to the second part of the verse which tells us why?:  So that “we will grow to become in every respect the mature body of him who is the head, that is, Christ”.  


    What I have experienced in my own life and with countless people I have worked with over the years is the interesting stronghold that Satan gains in people’s lives by convincing them to keep secrets about money.  The secrets can be small like not being completely honest about how much something cost or larger like not telling your spouse that you lost your job or your life savings in a bad investment.  


    This week on Financial Grace Radio we’ll look at different scenarios for how to talk about money with various people in your life, from call-centre operators at the bank, to your spouse, children, boss, financial advisor, friends, etc. 


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  • Real Eyeez Radio Show with Dr Bruce and Ronnie

    in Politics

    "REAL EYEEZ" WITH DR. BRUCE provides a medium for open and honest communication to discuss many aspects of the social world. We have “Real-Talk” about Real-Lives to Real-Eyes our Eagle vision. As we start to Realize how our lives, social dilemmas and bigger pictures are interrelated, the group builds trust and synergy helping each other interpret and navigate our everyday lives.


    Join Dr Bruce and Ronnie as they discuss: The Recipe for Transformation. Resilience & Positivie Motivation & Hope & Love, with Psychologist Dr. Charla Lewis, Master Musician and Producer Dwayne Lee, and the Higher Hopes Team featuring Allan Brathway.


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  • 01:28

    What do my dreams mean?

    in Spirituality

    In this episode of "Beauty for Ashes" Prophet Kyle will discuss the biblical meaning of dreams and how you can interpret what God is trying to say to you in your sleep.


     

  • 03:02

    Simple Basic Instructions: Before Leaving The Earth...

    in Social Networking

    Coming together in search God's Word for his wisdom will ground us.


    The early Church dynamic:


    They gathered together in homes, often in secret, reminding one another of God's promises and relating Jesus' commands—to love God and others— to real life situations. They encouraged one another, challenged one another, and worked out what it feels like to be a Christian. Sherwin Simple is offering the same concept. In fact, he is doing exactly as it is in the Bible. God created us to live in a community—and especially to read & learn Scripture in a community. It's only together that we can accurately interpret and apply the Word. So if you don't currently participate in a small-group Bible study. Now is the perfect time to join in and listen to Simple Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth.

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