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Special guest Laurence and Chaava Muhammad will discuss the future of farming and the relevance it has for the future of black people.
During this discussion you will learn if you are a producer or beggar in a way it has never been revealed before.
In addition, it exposes the dependency blacks have in society and how to work together to improve their overall condition.
Radio Angola (RA): Audio da apresentacao do livro, “Terra magnífica e pedinte: Angola Desde a Guerra Civil,” em Londres... de Dr Ricardo Soares de Oliveira traz ao lume a verdadeira face de uma realidade política, económica e social do país, mostrando assim como foi possivel o partido governante conseguir instalar-se no poder e reinar pela força, pelas armas,sem contestação possível da oposição...É um trabalho cientifico que contou com o apoio da Royal African Society London...
Por Serafim de Oliveira e Master Ngola Nvunji
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Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement.
St. Benedict Joseph Labre - Patron of Unmarried men (bachelors), rejects, mental illness, mentally ill people, insanity, beggars, hobos, the homeless. Called "the Beggar of Rome," a pilgrim recluse. He was born in Amettes, France, on March 25, 1748, the eldest of eighteen children. Studying under his uncle, a parish priest, at Erin, France, Benedict tried to join the Trappists, Carthusians, and Cistercians but was refused by these orders. In 1770, he made a pilgrimage to the major shrines of Europe, settling in Rome in 1774. There he lived near the Colosseum and earned fame for his sanctity. Benedict was devoted to the Blessed Sacrament and attended the Forty Hours devotion in the city. He died in Rome on April 16, and was beatified in 1860. He was canonized in 1883.
Fear charges the air as you watched your parents talk about, and go about bills and family needs.
Anger charges the air as husbands and wives argue, because you swear she treats you like a wallet.
Panic charges the air as the entrepreneur faces payroll.
Anxiety charges the air as the young man buys the engagement ring.
Annoyance charges the air as the beggar approaches for some help.
Pain charges the air as you tell your baby, "No!", to the plea for a gaming computer.
Jealousy charges the air as you wish you could keep up with the Jones's who just bought yet another _____.
Desperation charges the air as you throw in a bigger discount than you can afford, in hopes of enticing that prospect to buy from you.
Frustration charges the air as you drag yourself off to a job you hate because you need the paycheck.
Let's face it, there are many negative emotions around money. There are some positive ones too:
Joyful exuberance charges the air as you learned you won the lottery.
Relief charges the air on payday.
Pride charges the air when you get a promotion with a raise
Fun charges the air when you spend your birthday money gifts
Special charges the air when your date goes all out for you.
Confidence charges the air when your investment pays as, or better than expected.
How we feel about money influences how we make it, spend it, and keep it. Admit it. Understand it, Manage it. Tune in.
"Rich Man, Poor Man, Beggar Man, Thief" (Prov 22:2) The rich and poor meet together: the LORD is the maker of them all.
(vs 9) He that hath a bountiful eye shall be blessed; for he giveth of his bread to the poor.
(vs 16) He that oppresseth the poor to increase his riches, and he that giveth to the rich, shall surely come to want.
(vs 22-23) Rob not the poor, because he is poor: neither oppress the afflicted in the gate: For the LORD will plead their cause, and spoil the soul of those that spoiled them.
(Prov 24:19-20) Fret not thyself because of evil men, neither be thou envious at the wicked; For there shall be no reward to the evil man; the candle of the wicked shall be put out.
(vs 24) He that saith unto the wicked, Thou art righteous; him shall the people curse, nations shall abhor him:
(vs 25) But to them that rebuke him shall be delight, and a good blessing shall come upon them.
What Makes Rich? (Prov 10:22) The blessing of the LORD, it maketh rich, and he addeth no sorrow with it.
What are characterists of a thief? (St. John 10:10a) The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy:...)
Yes, Virginia there are stupid questions and networking faux paus!!
This week on The Networking Diva Hour, hear some of this important information when your networking and some really stupid questions people ask!! How do your Social Skills measure up? Also hear ways to amp up your personality.
My co-host this week is Doug Kelley who will discuss Networking 101 and how to better your experience. Doug is a expert on Networking and has spent 28 years as a professional beggar ( in the non-profit industry), raising or directing the raising of $200 Million for institutions Nationwide!!
Log into the link below during the LIVE show on Friday 3/6/15 or call with your questions to 646-478-3651
We close with an interview with Elizabeth Carter (Mai Tamba) & Katherine Renee Turner (Jekesai/Ester) in the Bay Area Premiere of Danai Gurira's The Convert at Marin Theatre Company, February 19 – March 15, 2015.
Elizabeth Carter has appeared at MTC in Beggar’s Holiday, The Crucible and The Art of Dining. She was most recently seen as The Eternal Feminine in Wittenberg at the Aurora Theatre Company. Carter has performed with numerous Bay Area theaters. Her favorite roles include Rose in Fences, the Bawd in Pericles, Millie in Trouble in Mind, Effie in Dreamgirls, Mistress Ford in Merry Wives of Winsor and Agnes in Agnes of God. Carter teaches Shakespeare performance at Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts and has directed for the Cal Shakes Theater Summer Conservatory for nearly 20 years. She resides in Oakland and can be heard in the historic Peralta House audio exhibit.
Katherine Renee Turner (Jekesai/Ester) has appeared at MTC in Fetch Clay, Make Man. A Washington D.C.-based actor, she has appeared in that region in Fetch Clay, Make Man at Round House Theatre; The Threepenny Opera at Signature Theatre; A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Much Ado About Nothing and The Tempest at Shakespeare Theatre Company; The Laramie Project at Ford’s Theatre; The Twelve Days of Christmas at Adventure Theatre, Rumplestiltskin at Imagination Stage and Photo-Op at UrbanArias. Turner is a graduate of Ithaca College and the National Theater Institute at Eugene O’Neill Theatre.
“Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God” (Romans 12:2).
Immediately after the Church began, Peter healed a widely known beggar who had been lame since birth (Acts 3:1-10). This extraordinary event drew the undivided attention of everyone in the temple area. Immediately “all the people ran together . . . greatly amazed” (verse 11).
Many people erroneously think that their main need is to get more money. But the richest man in the world is truly poor if he does not know God’s forgiveness, and the poorest is rich if he is forgiven.
Others think that their need is pleasure. But as Jesus said in the story of the rich man and Lazarus, those with the most pleasurable life on earth with be miserable for all eternity if they die without God’s forgiveness, but the most miserable beggar here who is forgiven will have eternal pleasure at God’s right hand. Join us for our lesson topic: "How Can I Receive God's Forgiveness?" also visit us at www.uptopministries.org
Today’s Topic: Don’t desire the rich man’s crumbs!
Sub Topic: The rich man and Lazarus
TODAY'S DISCUSSION: Many times when we are suffering and/or going through our test and trials we have a tendency to look at the wicked and their prosperity; and we begin to covet what they have and the lifestyle in which they live. Today’s lesson is a reminder that while some may have the good life here on this earth, and show no love or compassion for those who are less fortunate, where will they spend eternity and what will be their reward?
Scripture Text: (Luke 16:20) And there was a certain beggar named Lazarus, which was laid at his gate, full of sores, (16:21) And desiring to be fed with the crumbs which fell from the rich man's table: moreover the dogs came and licked his sores.
Oasis Worship Center’s Online Bible Study is every week on Thursdays. For dates subscribe to Apostle Loretta Williams page on Face Book. Visit the Oasis Worship Center USA Web Site at www.oasisnewspublication.com/id73.html
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