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“Judge not, lest ye be judged!” This is one of the most widely misused verses quoted among non-Christians and Christians alike. It’s like our trump card. Whenever we hear someone addressing a sin in our life we want to throw Matt. 7:1 at them. “There; that’ll shut you up.” Passing judgment has a completely negative connotation to it. But there is such a big misunderstanding about this subject that it warrants taking a deeper look into it so we can correctly understand it.
This is the introductory episode to " I'll Be the Judge of That" with SoapBoxScooter and give the audience insight into who SoapBoxScooter. Today's topic will discuss the differences between men and women and how those differences tend to be lost in translation. We make dating SO MUCH harder for each other. What do we REALLY want? What do we want in a significant other? Should do we expect anything at all?
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Listen to the track record of shows and enjoy. Judge Wyld, host of the The Judge Wyld Show on KAVD 103.1 FM is now on BTR. Judge Wyld rants on the many subjects that make your life shallow and stressful. Call in and clash ideas with Judge on Politics, Holidays, Relationships, Parenting, Spirituality, Life, Death, Health, Working, Job, Career, Music, Movies, Law and more! Judge Wyld reserves the right to be judgmental ABOUT YOU. Guaranteed that you are judging Judge Wyld right now!
Is the dating game that hard? Last week I asked, "Who had it easier in the dating game, men or women?" So this week I would like to talk about the Reality of dating. What really goes on in the mans head and in the womans heart during this proscess? Do women really need to think like a man? If so, then do men need to think like a woman? Well find this Saturday and callin and give your opinion. Be the first to give your opinion by calling in 607-203-5357
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The blurring of the lines of normalcy is happening all over the world and sadly, today we have more reports declaring that sexual sin may be normalized even more.
Today we look at a fascinating news item coming out of Australia where a judge claims that incest may not longer be "taboo" and that adult siblings should have the right to be together if they feel like it.
Also, is Glenn Beck acting really "Christian" by wanting to help the illegals who are coming over the border and of course we're going to talk about Sarah Palin calling for Obama's impeachment and Boehner's backpeddling on it!
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Make us a King to Judge Us was the cry of the Children Of Israel. They wanted to be like other nations. Samuel told them just what this King will do. But they insisted Give us King. We tend to copy people and their life styles but do not stick to our originality. You must be what God intended you to be and no other. You are your Best when you operate in your original mode.
Tune In this Sunday Afternoon 06/29/2014, from 2:00pm - 4:00pm, for an Interview with Judge Melvin Johnson concerning the Cockrum Files (Corruption in Liberia / Government), including Social, Political and Entertainment issues, . Listeners can call in to talk about issues of today in Africa and the World, covering Music, Entertainment(Gospel/Social), Business , Finance, Health, Education, Politic, Family and etc. Call in live; 1-(929)-477-4186, to LISTEN or send a REQUEST, with host Bismark. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/radiotalk1013. In West Africa (Liberia) at 7:00pm - 9:00pm..
In Hebrews chapter six the author mentions the foundational teachings of Christ, among them eternal judgment. In the Old Testament we see numerous examples of The Lord bringing judgment upon nations, holding them accountable corporately. Does God still judge nations? Or in this age of grace is it only about the individual? Is all judgment deferred until the "judgment day?" We will look at what the Bible says about these things as they may apply to America.
Father's Day Special & the Judical Candidate Judge Tarik Sugarmon for Juvenile Court. A native Memphian, Judge Tarik B. Sugarmon, son of former Judge Russell B. Sugarmon and Dr. Miriam DeCosta-Willis. At a young age, Tarik was also exposed to the law when he spent time after school in the law office of his father.
Because of his parents' involvement in the Civil Rights Movement, Tarik was one of three students to desegregate Peabody Elementary School in 1961, a year after the “Memphis Thirteen.” He met and marched with Martin Luther King, Jr. & standing on a stairway behind the stage of Mason Temple to hear Dr. King give his unforgettable "I've Been to the Mountaintop" speech the stormy night of April 3, 1968.
He attended Morehouse College, & received a B. A. degree in banking and finance. Though on a career path in business, he became aware of the economic and political disparities confronting the African-American community. Sugarmon entered Howard University School of Law. He was third in his first-year class and was in the top five percent of graduates. Returning to Memphis after graduation in 1983, he passed the Tennessee Bar Exam on the first attempt and was admitted to the bar that October. Offered a position by A C Wharton, Jr., as a part-time Shelby County Public Defender. A month later, Sugarmon began private practice with the law firm of Wharton and Wharton. He handled general civil and criminal defense cases before the county, state, and federal courts of Tennessee for (15) years.
In 1998, Mayor Herenton appointed attorney Tarik B. Sugarmon to Division Two of the Memphis Municipal Court, and he has been re-elected to two full terms since. After thirty years of service to Memphis and Shelby County he seeks your support in helping him to protect the rights of our most precious but at-risk citizens--our children.
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