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Host Doretha Mary from the 13th colony and Host Tehuti of Your Bookstore for Justice, interviews Mr. Neely Fuller Jr., author of The United Independent Compensatory Code System Concept. Mr. Fuller provides information for the individual about what a person can do and say in day to day life to produce justice. Justice meaning no one mistreated and the person needing help the most receives the most constructive help in all areas of people activity in society including economics, education, entertainment,labor, law, politics, religion, sex and war.
The matter sometimes referred to as the 'Race' problem is the original, basic initial unfinished business among people of the known universe. To eliminate any major problem among people we must first eliminate the problem of Functional Racism which is White Supremacy. Not all white people. The White men, women and children who practice and promote mistreating Black and all non-white people because of greed and this thing called 'Race'-a political strategy.
When we look at Hebrews (4:1) its takes us back to chapter 3, especially to verses 12 & 19. He is warning against having an evil, unbelieving heart. His readers were Jewish believers in Christ who were tempted in the face of persecution to go back to Judaism. Twice he exhorts them to "hold fast" their confession or assurance of faith (Hebrews 3:6, 14). He cited Psalm 95:7-11, which recounts how the Israelites in the wilderness provoked God and were thereby excluded from entering His place of rest, the Promised Land. They all had applied the blood of the Passover lamb to their doorposts. They all had passed through the Red Sea and escaped from Pharaoh’s army. But even so, with most of them, God was not well pleased, and He laid them low in the wilderness (1 Cointhians. 10:5).
They were a part of the people of God (Israel), but their hearts were far from trusting in the Lord. Their hearts are repeatedly described as hardened (3:8, 13, 15; 4:7). They were under God’s wrath (Hebrews 3:10, 11, 17, 18; 4:3). Their basic problem is called unbelief (Hebrews 3:12; 4:2), disobedience, and sin (Hebrews 3:17, 18; 4:6, 11). Join us today for today lesson topic:"The Danger Of Cultural Christianity" also visit us at www.uptopministries.org
Our guest tonight is Dr. Barbara Williams of Vacaville, California. She in high demand for conducting relationship workshops. This retired Retired Insurance Broker and Real Estate Agent his also involved in many organizations. Tonight we will discuss how Christianity can embrace technology from an organizational view point and for individuals. What opportunities and temptations are introduced to the believer. Call in and share your experience or ask Dr. Williams your relationship question.
The author in the book of Hebrews in the 4th chapter points out that from the beginning God has offered His salvation to people, and still offers it, under this imagery of entering His rest. At the heart of it is that we stop trusting in our works to save us and begin trusting instead in the finished work of Christ to save us. As Paul puts it, “to the one who does not work, but believes in Him who justifies the ungodly, his faith is credited as righteousness” (Roman 4:5).
To sum up, when the author talks of entering God’s rest, he is not talking about believers learning to trust God in trials so that they experience His inner peace. Rather, he is talking about God’s salvation under this imagery of rest, in line with the Old Testament. He is warning his readers about the danger of being associated with God’s people but missing His salvation because they do not respond in faith to the message. Listen in for Part 2 of the topic: "The Danger of Cultural Christianity" also visit us at www.uptopministries.org
How did Christianity influence the following women, organizations, as well as other movements?
Elizabeth Cady Stanton was a tireless champion of equal rights and a strong challenger of the accepted view of orthodox or approved religion.
Ida B. Wells - Wells is best known for her courageous work against lynching in America.
Woman's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU)
Chicago Central Christian Woman's Temperance Union
Saint Helen of Caernarvon.
Matilda Bradley Carse
Frances Elizabeth Caroline Willard
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Hour 1: Lee Atwater once said, "Perception is reality." But is that true among Christians who're supposed to have a biblical worldview and discernment? Christian Rapper, Jay Brian Johnson is our guest to discuss the perceptions and problems within Christianity and how we're to gauge perceptions of each other using the Word of God.
Hour 2: If Christon Gray's, "Wanna" from his "School of Roses" CD sparked lively conversation amongst Christians, his video complementing it, created a wildfire! Did Christon Gray push the envelope too far regarding modesty and sexuality which could possibly cause Christians to stumble? Or do you believe the video was done respectfully and in good taste? Christian Blogger, Tiheasha Beasley (www.onemodestchick.com) is our guest to discuss why she disagrees with the video and believes why Christians are called to a higher standard of excellence in music and visual arts.
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September 18, 2014 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio
THEME: Philosophy versus Reality: What are the Real Benefits of Unconditional Love?
Denise DeSio hails from Brooklyn, New York, where she was educated by wayward nuns who placed more importance on grammar than catechism. Immodestly known as Ms. Know-it-all, she has been providing cranky, tell-it-like-it-is advice in a conversation column for over eight years. However, most of Denise’s literary work is creative non-fiction with a healthy dose of humor. In December of 2012 she was diagnosed with breast cancer and spent the better part of 2013 battling the disease. Rose’s Will is her debut novel, which has been welcomed to the literary world with much acclaim for its brutal honesty, wit, compassion and philosophical insights regarding unconditional love.
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:
Have you ever felt the desire to manifest more love in your life? Like many of us, you probably have experienced moments after which you’ve said to yourself, I wish I had been a more loving person. Why did I think and act like that? As I am sure you can tell, I’m not talking about romantic love. I’m talking about our inner philosophy of love — how we feel about it, why we want to give and get more of it, and how it helps us grow our love of our self. This is sometimes called, unconditional love. Some say that this philosophy or approach to loving could be a framework that guides us to making more positive choices and sound decisions. It may also lead to better outcomes in all aspects of our everyday life. What are the benefits of giving love unconditionally?
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