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Hey baby, what’s your sign? Many of us have heard this tired old pick-up line, but who stops to really consider what our Astrological sign really says about us, or can predict for us? Enter Pamela Bacher, a professional astrologer of 30 years. She knows how to read the stars to provide insight on finances, career, love, health and more.
Astrology speaks to the effects that distant cosmic objects have on our lives. It is based on the belief that the position of the stars, sun, moon, and planets at the time of your birth changes your personality and affects your life. Pamela will join us as guest to give you Answers from Astrology, running your natal chart, with some of her intuitive skills mixed in. Whether you’re Aries or Libra, Taurus or Scorpio, you will learn what’s in the stars for you.
For more information and to follow up, email Pamelasastrology@gmail.com.
Join us today for a message from Evangelist Hope Brogdon as she shares concerns dreams and realities. We all have had dreams that gave us hope, motivated us and some that have even inspired change but when we start to focus on our reality - something happens.
Join us this morning to hear a conversation to Empower!
Ranelli Williams and Peter Mingils - Entrepreneurship!
From an early age, Her passion and love for Christ recognized the importance of marrying God and business.
Today Peter Mingils will be talking with Ranelli Williams. Ranelli has not only been a lover of higher education and learning, but also for entrepreneurship.
After becoming Dr. Ranelli Williams, her hope is to further expand her entrepreneurial pursuits by establishing an organization to help individuals transition into entrepreneurship and become strong leaders for God’s kingdom. She endeavors to do this through teachings, workshops, and one-on-one mentoring.
The new song to hit the airwaves tonight is calle Chase Paper by Johnny Afro.. tune in and hang out with me this evening. Hope you have a good time! I know I will be. It's been an interesting day today and I'm still charging up for a new work week but it hasn't started quite yet so spend the last bit of your weekend enjoyment with me tonight. I will be chatting with you soon!! Call in to the show if you would like at (646) 378-1541
We’re always trying to think of topics that are compelling to our listeners, but the heart of every show is our guests and their recovery stories. Everyone who participates on the show is a volunteer, whose willingness to honestly share their experience, strength, and hope helps keeps us all sober.
So tonight will be an open format episode in the style of a speaker/discussion meeting, where one guest shares their recovery story. Tonight we are thrilled to welcome Dayna B to the show! Dayna is coming up on one year of sobriety, and she is here tonight to share her experience, strength and hope with us.
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If God is infallible, why didn't he make the people who wrote the scripture more clear about the definitive rules and guidelines? Why cause such chaos, a line in the sand even when people believe in the same root faith?
Every religion interpreted the bible with their own preconcieved morality" how can anyone want to be a part of something that just seems so... confusing?
Believers consider as pros
- Calming the fear of death and the positivity of a new beginning after death.
- Giving hope when you are in a place where you feel hopeless.
- Strength to continue through harsh events through prayer and fellowship.
- Knowing your place in life/ Being assured that you are being led positively, even through hard times.
Closer look .... Human Rights Violations. child abuse sexually, physically, and mentally is rampant in all religion to some extent as they form the minds to accept and believe in them. Prostitution in the Hindu culture, arranged marriages to young girls. Bodily integrity violations of baby boys and African girls entering womanhood. Not helping rape victims, even calling THEM the criminal. Deaths for being homosexual, for being a different religion, for not covering up enough or for criticizing a religion. My touch on Voo-Doo is the horrendous things they do to the Albino africans. They are essentially cut apart and cold on the black market. Mostly children.
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DCL Today is a weekly forum for open discussion on selected scripture. Join us as we take an eveyday approach to the Word of God. A casual conversation that works to bring the Gospel message alive for your life today. Our hope is that we bring a practical application and meaning forward to our listeners, Sudnay evenings at 5:30pm CDT.
Washington, DC author, Candy Jackson is a cosmetology teacher who loves to create poetry and short stories. Her reading rose to a brand new height with the discovery of many black writers whose work exploded in the '80's. An avid reader, she began to tap into her own creative side and decided to write stories of her own. Candy is the mother of three young adult children and one grandson. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mary Perez is the author of Running in Heels. Running in Heels is more than a memoir. It is a promise of hope and survival to anyone who woke up hungry and went to bed hungrier every day, for anyone who was abandoned as a child or an adult, for every wife who has loved a husband who left bruises on her heart and on her body.
There are several references outside of the written Law (Torah: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers & Deuteronomy) which include additions or clarifications to that which was already established. These all do, however, refer back specifically to the written Law.
A King Over Israel (1 Samuel 8:6-22) By rejecting God as their sovereign leader, the Israelites would be required to pay additional costs; monetary, their sons and daughters, animals, servants and land would all be required by their king. They would serve the king, instead of God. And they would cry out to God to deliver them from their leader, and God would not hear them.
Hezekiah and the Restoration (2 Chronicles 30:23-31:21) The people were encouraged to keep the feast going; the King made a large donation (of goods he had received as taxes from the people, as previously warned by God), and the priests and Levites made an even larger donation. The people rejoiced, partied, then broke down the idols (they had been worshiping), then went home. The priestly duties, which had ceased, were restored.
The Law of Moses is summarized in verses 20-21. Because Hezekiah did what was right, God prospered him. This was the best they could hope for; a surface relationship with a God who provided for their physical needs, peace, etc. as long as they did what He told them to do. The Israelites had to fulfill their part BEFORE God would fulfill His part, But God never intended that the Law define His relationship with His people; its purpose was to reveal that there was nothing we could do to BRING OURSELVES into relationship with Him. It was something ONLY HE, AND HE ALONE, COULD DO. With the Resurrection, Jesus concluded both parts of the covenant: He did our part and the Father's, once and for all, permanently.
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