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The Homestead Honey Hour! Thursdays *9:00pm/Est *8:00pm/Ct *7:00pm/Mt *6:00pm/Pt Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/ Where are your holes? We all have them! No matter how prepared we think we are. We all have them! Living as prepared as possible can give you a false sense of security. It can make you think that you will always have exactly what you need, want or will need or want should the moment present itself. Do you have enough bandaids? You might think you do, but maybe one of your kids took them and used them to make some science project that you didn't know about. When you go for the bandaids, they will be gone and you will be left bleeding on the bathroom floor. Just when we think we have everything we need. We should go take another look and see where those holes really are. That is the topic of this week's Homestead Honey Hour. Making The Holes Whole. Tags: Homestead Honey Hour, security Self Reliant, Prepare, Youtube, Prepper
Minister Kia and I dialogued about how to rescue ourselves from "sinking". 2 Chronicles 20:17 Ye shall not need to fight in this battle: set yourselves, stand ye still, and see the salvation of Jehovah with you, O Judah and Jerusalem; fear not, nor be dismayed: to-morrow go out against them: for Jehovah is with you.
God wants to reveal a plan of escape from your emotions. Listen and You will be empowered!
The sink holes are in happening now all over the World... What should we look for next??
Focusing on the words of Jesus! What He said matters more than what you or I say, and more than what your pastor or favorite Bible teacher says.
It doesn't stop with focusing on the words of Jesus in the scriptures either. He IS the "WORD OF GOD", not the Bible. We need to learn to hear the ongoing Voice of the Spirit of the Messiah, that which He promised could comfort and guide us into all truth. Yes, I meant could, because His promise is conditional. It's up to us individually, whether it will actually happen ...
Joining Mark on the next show is Steve Adair.. 8pm Spanish Time. 7pm UK time. 2pm EDT. 11am PDT.
Riding The Waves of Experience! Moment by moment we are making sense of our world through three gifts that are inherent in every one us. Through these three simple truths we learn to sink or swim as we "Ride the waves of our life experiences". We will take a look at how as individuals, we are the Three Principles in motion & how this understanding allows us to 'ride the wave' of our emotional & psychological states; knowing that we have access to an infinite potential beyond - just like the wave on the surface of a much deeper & calmer ocean.
in Self Help
We have preachers, pastors leading congregations every Saturday, Sunday throughout the week. How many would you follow if you knew they were beating their wives and sometimes on Sunday morning before church service?
We are going to talk with a young lady who had a "father" that was a preacher and was abusive. Her story was covered on the 700 Club
Join me as we speak with Tanika Chambers, CEO of Whole Without Holes Singles Counselling
Everyone's experience with Ghosts is not the same and not everyone has the same perception around hauntings. Karen Albeck brings a fresh and interesting approach to hauntings from the viewpoint of both the paranormal enthusiast and paranormal skeptic.
Listen in for Karen's take on Ghosts and Hauntings.
Quote from Karen's book Ghosts and Hauntings:
"To counter all that, my undergraduate work was done in experimental physiological psychology - essentially a research degree involving the human brain. If there's one thing I'm well trained to do, it's poke holes in other people's conclusions, and it gives me great, albeit perverse, joy to do just that. I don't leap to paranormal conclusions without a very great deal of persuasion. If there's the slightest chance that an occurrence might have a mundane explanation, that's the one I'll take every time."
Karen Albeck lives in Central New York with a menagerie of animals and a few benevolent spirits. She is a Cornell Master Gardener and New York State Certified Landscape Professional, as well as an avid herbalist. She is a second generation astrologer and all around green Witchy type. She has degrees in Experimental Physiological Psychology and Psycholinguistics and is a Reiki Master.
It's been an interesting afternoon with Brianna & Annaliza and our conversation been about women that became comfortable with the relationship and stop putting on the sexy lingerie and dressing up for their man. Can we have a day off on trying to be sexy? Can men still appreciate our beauty even with big pajamas on? You all know we do not leave out men. since they are very critical of how we look. We know for a fact even them can dress awful with underwear & sock with holes on them. Will that also be acceptable to women?
One of us feel that there is nothing wrong with dressing up all the time and making sure you look cute all the time because it is important to maintain that excitement and that to be attracted to your partner. My co host feel that it is fine to be comfortable and wear what ever you want and your man/woman should still find you beautiful.
It will be an interesting debate tonight. TUNE IN AND JOIN THE CONVERSATION!!!!