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  • 03:04

    CATCH THE SPIRIT/Dr Pat Holliday/Dr Sabrina Sessions/Marshall Perot

    in Religion

    Pastor Pat teaches deliverance during a conference at Miracle Outreach Church January 16, 2010 http://www.miracleinternetchurch.com/internet-church-videos


    CATCH THE SPIRIT ~ SOAKING ~ CONTEMPORARY- CENTERING PRAYER Gordon Robertson is a Third Wave follower who has the anointing of Shakti Kundalini power. He gives an “impartation” of sharti power releasing it upon Hiedi Baker while meeting to teach unsuspecting Christians about Soaking prayers at 700 Club. This alien spirit works on the flesh of humans reducing their faith to zero in upon their emotions and sensations that sends waves of physical sensations of heat throughout their bodies. This is called Kundalini fire. It’s like a giant spiritual orgasm that ensnares the person to become chained by the evil spirits to desire to stir their emotions. They lose their ability to spiritually connect to the Spirit of Jesus. The strange fire being presented by Gordon and Heidi, is not the true gospel. Jesus told us to worship Him in the spirit and with truth. You must believe that Satan and his demons are real before you can be effective in attacking their evil work. You have two spirits that are working for your soul, the Spirit of God and the spirit of the Devil. The Bible says, in 1st JOHN 4:1, “Beloved, believe not every SPIRIT, but test the SPIRITS to determine whether or not they are of GOD, because many false prophets have gone out into the world.”

  • 00:34

    Let's Talk Kingdom with Catrina - Interview with NurJehan Al-Haqq

    in Religion

    Biography for Nur Jehan A. Al-Haqq


     


                Her name is NurJehan Abdellah Al-Haqq which means "Light of the World"; but she prefers to be called Nur for short. Nur was born on August 9, 1975 in Detroit,MI.  She was brought up in the Islamic faith until she gave her life to the Lord in June of 1996.  She became a single mom at the tender age of 18 and gave birth to a beautiful son who is named Hasan.  Hasan is now 21 and is serving in the U.S. Army Reserve.  During Nur's walk with the Lord she became paralyzed on October 19, 1997 when she was assaulted in a domestic violence altercation. Her neck was broken which resulted in permanent damage to her spinal cord.  By the grace of God she has recovered much of her physical strength and has been able to walk, work and go to school.  Nur just completed her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology on December 12, 2014 from Austin Peay State University.  She is now engaged in motivational speaking and is also an advocate against Domestic Violence.  Nur has appeared on several radio and T.V. shows as a special guest and will continue to share her testimony to inspire others as she feels led by the Lord. She is involved in volunteer work in the Community so she is a DMC task force member with Dr. Merriel Bullock-Neal.  She is a Leading Lady with Treva Gordon and also a member of the Y.D.O.D (Young Daughters of Destiny) org. with Min Rita Ewing. She plans on writing a book in the near future.

  • 00:30

    isportsMSU Red Cedar Report

    in Sports

    On today's isportsMSU Red Cedar Report, isportsweb contributor Mike Sterner joins Tyler Hayward to help preview Michigan State's next game against the Indiana Hoosiers. Do the Spartans have enough at point guard to stop Yogi Ferrell and is there a chance that Tum Tum Nairn plays to help the cause? Plus, what are the odds of Tom Izzo getting into the Naismith Hall of Fame? They talk about all of that much more on today's podcast.

  • 00:59

    Shout For Victory

    in Self Help

    Thursday February 11, 2016 @ 9PM CST… Theme of the week: “I Have to Warn You” The Plumb line judgement is coming back to the Church. God is visiting sin no longer. Is God overlooking it? So tune in for Shout for Victory. 347-237-4648 or www.shoutforvictory.org

  • 00:30

    isportsMSU Red Cedar Report

    in Sports

    On today's isportsMSU Red Cedar Report, isportsweb contributors Ryan McCumber and Tyler Hayward take a look back at what cost Michigan State in their overtime thriller against Purdue. They also talk about the latest news to break regarding point guard Lourawls "Tum Tum" Nairn. Can Denzel Valentine continue to do it all? Plus, did last night somehow put to rest the rumors that Josh Jackson comes to Michigan State?

  • 00:31

    Hometown Hoops Segment 1

    in Sports

    The State of Michigan has plenty to talk about today when it comes to the game of Basketball. Former Piston World Champion Chauncey Billups will have his jersey raised to the rafters tonight at the Palace of Auburn Hills. Tyler Hayward and myself what Mr. Big Shot meant not only to the Pistons , but also the whole state of Michigan. We also breakdown other Basketball related topics around the Great Lakes State . As we dissect what it will take for the Michigan State Spartans to get back to the Final Four. NBA playoffs and March Madness previews will conclude the show as we talk everything hoops today on the show.

  • 01:02

    Why the Pessimists Are Wrong (and They Are)

    in Technology

    A recent Motley Fool essay by Morgan Housel raises a question we have asked many times before: Why Does Pessimism Sound So Smart? (Especially when things are so good.)


    Housel suggests several possible reasons:


    1. Optimism appears oblivious to risks, so by default pessimism looks more intelligent.


    2. Pessimism shows that not everything is moving in the right direction, which helps you rationalize the personal shortcomings we all have.


    3. Pessimism requires action, whereas optimism means staying the course.


    4. Optimism sounds like a sales pitch, while pessimism sounds like someone trying to help you.


    5. Pessimists extrapolate present trends without accounting for how reliably markets adapt.


    Generally, pessimism benefits from being both more serious than optimism and way cooler.


    But that doesn't mean it's the right way to look at things!


    Hosts Phil Bowermaster and stephen Gordon provide numerous examples of how the pessimists get it wrong time after time, and why optimism is the most realistic and, yes, serious way to approach the world.


    Join us.


     

  • 02:01

    E.D.R./EPISODE 4/Lil Fred & Gordon Miller

    in Hip Hop Music

    Tonight on Ease Dropping Radio Lil’Fred Keep-countin Myers and Gordon Miller exclusive interviews, my topic of the day and the best in Indie music!!! Call (607) 203-5289 or visithttp://www.easedroppingradio.com to listen in…Let’s Do ThisBaby

  • 01:32

    Healing Fountain - JANE DAWSON - BE YOUR OWN MEDIUM

    in Spirituality

     Join us this Monday at 5Pm Est 10Pm Gmt for the Welcome return of Jane,


    who describes how YOU can be YOUR OWN Medium and recconnect with your loved ones in Heaven.


    She is the author of a book with the Title- BE YOUR OWN MEDIUM!


    Jane is an angel communicator, medium, soul reader, angel therapy practitioner and numerologist,


    She has trained with some of the top teachers in the world, including Doreen Virtue, Gordon Smith and Tony Stockwell.  Call in and ask Jane Anything!


    www.angelladyjane.com


    http://goldringhealingfountain.wikifoundry.com


     


     

  • 00:29

    isportsMSU Red Cedar Report

    in Sports

    On today's isportsMSU Red Cedar Report, isportsweb contributors Matt Hoeppner and Tyler Hayward recap Michigan State's big victory over U of M. Can the Spartans keep this up from the three-point line and did Tom Izzo show too much class at the end of the game? Also, how imperative will the play of Gavin Schilling and Kenny Goins be against the West Lafayette skyline? The guys break down all of that an more on today's podcast.

  • 00:35

    PhillyPhanatics.com's Super Bowl preview

    in Sports

    Join Gordon Glantz, Ron Opher, Josh Landsburg and host Eric Fisher as they preview Super Bowl 50. They will analyze the matchups and predict the outcome. A discussion of the Sixers' options at the trade deadline and the impact of Sean Couturier's injury on the Flyers will also be discussed. Call-ins welcome at 1-805-727-7014.