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As you hear a lot of talk about armageddon and the end of the world you will also here those who say the earth and heavens will be destroyed literally and then rebuilt. phrases such as "new heaven,new earth", 'the stars shall fall from heaven to the earth" and then this one where Peter in his letter to the church says "the elements shall melt with fervent heat". What do these things actually mean? Let's find out together.
Yet another installment in the on-going workshop on 'self-hood' where we explore ways to move toward achieving our goals and have fun doing it!
Today's question: "What have I done for Me lately?"
Join me as I revel in the thrill of victory and bemoan the agony of defeat during my shenanigans of the last year.
Hopefully, you will be inspired to consider your own place in the universe.
Call-in during the show, or drop me a line.. I would love to hear from you!
While deployed in Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom, Brad Christian spent months battling terrorists from a helicopter. And though he’s now back home in Virginia running his own consulting group, he continues to use the lessons learned as a Green Beret. “Throughout my military career, knowing that people around me were willing to sacrifice for me made me want to be the best that I could. And over the years I’ve seen how that bond is universal among members of the Special Forces,” he tells Navy SEAL Radio host David Rutherford. “Today I try to encourage people to have a deeper commitment to whatever organization they’re a part of, whether it’s a church group or corporaton. I try to share what I learned in the special ops, which is to keep all missions focused; know what you're trying to accomplish, do it to the best of your ability, and be willing to sacrifice to accomplish the mission.”
Please join me Tuesday July 8th asI discuss 1 Corinthians 14.
Paul near the end of the chapter says this; What is the outcome then, brethren? When you assemble, each one has a psalm, has a teaching, has a revelation, has a tongue, has an interpretation. Let all things be done for edification. (1 Corinthians 14:26)
It's about order in the church, and his desire for all to be edified. He discusses that when a person prays in tongues they are speaking mysteries to God, He says this from The Amplified.
So [to conclude], my brethren, earnestly desire and set your hearts on prophesying (on being inspired to preach and teach and to interpret God's will and purpose), and do not forbid or hinder speaking in [unknown] tongues. (1 Corinthians 14:39)
But all things should be done with regard to decency and propriety and in an orderly fashion. (1 Corinthians 14:40)
Its about order and the edifying of the majority in the church. Hope you can join.
Though she’s 8,000 miles from her New York City birthplace, Beatriz Trujillo feels right at home. “What’s great is I get to work with the troops, the command team and the Afghan nationals as well, on foregin claims processing and intakes,” the US Army paralegal, currently stationed in Kandahar, tells Talking with Heroes host Bob Calvert on the occasion of Women’s History Month. “We try to compensate them for any loss of personal property, which improves their morale and way of life. And I see that we help change negative perceptions they may have of soldiers in their country.”
Well here we are for another week of information and entertainment. Hope your week has been great so far.
This week we are talking about letting go of your story. It seems that we need to let go of being attahced to the old stories that we seem to be still carrying around and no longer serve us. So join in on the discussion and let see if we can identify what is still out there that is no longer serving us. Its going to be a good time.
So sit back, it is a short one today but we always get tons of information flowing through today and just go with the flow.
Most important, lets have some fun.
Love, laughter and light,
Joe Byron knows what it means to serve—and for his dad’s generation to do so too. Five years ago, the Vietnam veteran and retired law-enforcement officer in Manchester, N.H., founded Honor Flight New England, a non-profit organization that transports World War II vets to the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C., at no cost. HFNE made its first trip in June 2009—an experience that brought tears of joy to Joe’s eyes. “We had 19 World War II veterans; 15 POWs and one vet who lost his sight while serving,” he tells American Heroes Radio host Lt. Raymond E. Foster. “It was incredible to see the excitement in their faces about being able to travel down to our nation’s capital. A lot of them had never been there. And those who had, haven’t been back since 2004, when the memorial was inveiled. But all of them were thrilled that younger folks remember their service.”