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  • 00:30

    Sacred Sunday~I Corinthians Chapter 9/Support Your Local Apostle

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    Welcome to Sacred Sunday! Today we are reading I Corinthians Chapter 9.


    Support Your Apostle



    Paul is kind of a big deal. He's an apostle. He's seen the Risen Christ. Even the fact that the church in Corinth exists is proof that God is working through him. Boo-ya.
    He explains that, as an apostle, he is entitled to monetary support from his fellow Christians. Must be in the fine print of his contract.
    He should get free food and beverages (no more BYOB for Paul!). He should have a faithful wife traveling by his side (a really cute one!). He shouldn't have to work little side jobs (tent-making can be a real drag). Really, the Corinthians should be fully supporting him.


    Eyes on the Prize



    But Paul doesn't roll this way.
    Even though these are his rights, even though this is what God demands, Paul never took advantage of these perks.
    And don't worry, he's not going to start doing it now. He's just trying to make a point. So put away your wallets, okay?
    All Paul is saying is that he chose this life freely. He gets to spread the gospel around free of charge to everyone.
    Paul might be free, but he's made himself into a slave (sans chains) in order to win more converts to Christ.
    Wherever he goes, he becomes like the people he's with so that he can help convince them that Jesus is Lord. We believe this is called empathy.
    And you've got to stay strong throughout. Christians are like world-class athletes. They have to train and be super discipled in order to win the prize at the end. The prize in this case is a little nicer than a trophy.
    This is how Paul lives his life. Just a hint, Corinthians. Thanks to www.shmoop.com

  • "The Sacred Path…Sedona ~ A Spiritual Adventure" with Kay Wiltse

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    Join us for a weekly discussion with Kay Wiltse, Founder of The Lighthouse Foundation ~ Center for Spiritual Living. Kay is a mentor, teacher and gifted intuitive. With over 22 years experience in the holistic spiritual field in southern California, Kay is now a resident of Sedona, Arizona and the facilitator for our weekly program.


    We invite our listeners to call the show for spiritual support and guidance, discussion, questions and individual messages. Whether you are new to the spiritual path, or are a seasoned Lightworker wishing to connect and network with a growing spiritual community…


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  • 00:19

    Sacred Sunday~ Corinthians Chapter 15/No Resurrection-No Christianity

    in Christianity

    The Resurrection Will Not Be Televised. Paul reminds the Corinthians that he was the one who taught them all about Jesus. How he died and rose again and appeared to loads of people. Even to little ol' Paul. He's the hardest working apostle in this Christ-business. There are some people in Corinth who doubt Paul's teachings. For example, the one about the dead being raised when the world ends. Paul explains that if there's no resurrection of the dead, then that means: Jesus was never resurrected. Say it ain't so! Paul is a big fat liar. Who you callin' a liar, Corinthians? But the truth is Jesus was resurrected. He's just the first in a long line of people who are gonna be back when the world comes to an end.  But now, everyone will live because of Jesus. It's actually pretty simple:  Christ died and rose again.  Soon, this world is gonna end and he's gonna come back again. That's when he'll raise all his faithful followers from the dead, too. After that, Jesus will defeat all evil and hand the reigns over to God.  Here's another thought. If there's no resurrection of the dead, then why do the Corinthians bother getting baptized on behalf of dead people? What's the point? Oh, and why are Christians risking their lives, families, relationships, and social standing for a God who just lets them die and turn to dust? Basically, according to Paul, if the whole resurrection of the dead thing isn't true—Christians are wasting their time. But, our heavenly bodies are going to be… well, heavenly. It will happen in an instant. A trumpet will sound and we'll be different. It's the only way God will totally get one over on death. So rest easy, Paul says. Everything he says is true, so if you believe, you've got nothing to worry about.

  • 00:59

    "The Sacred Path.. A Spiritual Adventure," support on your spiritual journey

    in Spirituality

    Join us as we celebrate Sedona's newest BlogTalk Radio Show, "The Sacred Path Sedona...A Spiritual Adventure".


    A new weekly opportunity for the seeker on the spiritual path! Join us weekly for a variety of guest speakers,discussions with spiritual seekers, and much more!  This venue has been established to support the individual on life's journey, as well as provide another option for Lightworkers everywhere to network, share their experiences, spiritual work and ideas with others. 


    Please email:  thesacredpathsedona@gmail.com to inquire about becoming a guest speaker on the program. We also welcome your suggestions and ideas as we co-create a joyful opportunity for all to enjoy!


    We are happy to welcome our first guest, Kay Wiltse, Founder & Director of The Lighthouse Foundation ~ Center for Spiritual Living, mentor, teacher and gifted intuitive. With over 22 years experience in the holistic spiritual field in southern California, Kay is now a resident of Sedona, AZ where she conducts trainings, classes, and workshops.


    Ms. Wiltse is available as a guest speaker, and private phone sessions by contacting thesacredpathsedona@gmail.com or by calling (928) 862-2086.


    Join us at the Sacred Light of Sedona ~ A Center for Spirit, Mind & Body - 1456 Hwy. 179, Sedona, AZ. on Sunday evenings for the Circle of Light gathering. 5:00 p.m. - 6.00 each week. 


    We are very happy to welcome the Sacred Light of Sedona ~ A Center for Spirit, Mind & Body as our sponsor for this BlogTalk Radio Show.   (928) 254-3163  www.SacredLightOfSedona.com

  • 00:27

    Sacred Voices and Intuitive listening with Ms.Rhea and Wayne Smoke

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    Ms. Rhea, a 3rd generation psychic from eastern Kentucky has been enlightening people for 17 years. She came into her awarness as a young child receiving sacred messages which led her to help others in their souls journey. She is Internationally known with clients from  America, to New Zealand and Saudi Arabia. 


    Wayne Smoke, a full blood Cree Indian from Saskatchewan, Canada, is a genocide survivor of the Canadian 60s Scoop, a policy of  stealing Native children from their heritage, families and culture and assimilating them into white society. Smoke found his way back to his reserve 20 years ago. Since then, he has been walking the Native American Spiritual path of the Red Road as a peaceful warrior with medicine man Tony Stone Hawk. He brings a unique insight to intuitive listening and raising spiritual vibrations using his practical application of his Native Teachings. 

  • 02:02

    The Paranormal and The Sacred Radio Show Open Mic Night! 619-924-9744

    in Paranormal

    Tonight is the night you have been waiting for! It's Open Mic on The Paranormal and The Sacred. We will be discussing everything paranormal and it's your night to tell your story, get your cards read or discuss your latest alien encounter. The call in number tonight is 619-924-9744. Be there or be square!! With your host, Char McCain

  • 00:05

    The Sacred Womb Too!

    in Women

    Join Joliean Monnic Fields As she discusses issues surrounding the black woman and the healing of her womb. Coupled with biblical principles and precepts that facilitate the healing, deliverance and restoration of the black woman, herself, her king and her community.

  • 00:30

    Sacred Sunday~I Corinthians Chapter 16/Time to Pause for the Cause

    in Christianity

    Time to Tithe



    Now, onto more practical matters…
    Paul asks the Corinthians to take up a collection that he can deliver to the church in Jerusalem. Waiting until the end to ask for money? Smart move.
    He assures them that he's going to visit them soon. Right now, he's pretty caught up in Ephesus. Lots of naysayers hanging around that place.
    He's sending Timothy to them, though, so he's hoping the Corinthians will treat him well.
    Paul also mentions that Apollos will be coming sometime in the future. Whenever he has a free minute to travel across multiple regions.
    He asks them to follow the example of Stephanus and his whole household. They were some of the earlier converts in Corinth, and Paul really digs them.
    Aquila and Prisca send their love, too, along with all the churches in Asia. That's a lot of love.
    Paul closes the whole letter by sending his good wishes and prayers for Jesus to come very, very soon. All our thanks to www.shmoop.com

  • 00:32

    Sacred Sunday~I Corinthians Chapter 6/Sue Not, Lest Ye Be Sued

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    Welcome to Sacred Sunday!


    Sue Not, Lest Ye Be Sued. Paul has some other advice. Don't take each other to court over every little thing. Somewhere, Judge Judy is cheering. Sue Not, Lest Ye Be Sued. Seriously, Corinthians.  Let the church community help settle it. Sounds like a good idea. That's way better than going in front of a bunch of non-believers in Roman courts. What would be even better was if Christians didn't sue each other at all, but Paul's not going to shoot for the moon here. Kingdom of God Entrance Exam. After all, Paul explains, terrible people are not going to inherit the kingdom of God. Not even a little bit. Fornicators? Idolaters? Adulterers? Male prostitutes? Sodomites? Thieves? Greedy folks? Drunks? Abusers? They're all out. Paul points out that some of the folks in the Christian church used to be guilty of this kind of stuff. Uh-oh…But, then they were baptized in Christ and it's all good.  Let's just try to keep it that way, guys. It Does a Body Good. Because they've become new people through baptism, it seems the Corinthians think that they can do whatever they like. Not quite. Sure, they could go around having sex with loads of different people and eating whatever they want, but Paul doesn't really think this is a swell idea. They've got to treat their bodies right. After all, the Corinthians' bodies belong to God. They're his temples, remember? Besides, it's not like their bodies are going to get left behind in the end. Nope. God is going to raise them up… eventually. So that means if you have some sexy times with a prostitute, then you're becoming one with a prostitute and not with God. Look, Paul says, the point is, our bodies aren't our own. We can't just go around sleeping with whomever and think it's a-okay, because it is not. There goes the Corinthians' fun weekend plans. Thanks to www.shmoop.com

  • 00:30

    Sacred Sunday~I Corinthians Chapter 5/50 Shades of Corinth

    in Christianity

    Fifty Shades of Corinth. Speaking of doing bad stuff, Paul's been hearing some rumors. There's some steamy stuff going on in the bedroom, and he doesn't like it. He's heard that some guy is getting it on with his stepmom. Gross. It also happens to be against Jewish and Roman law. Paul wishes he were there in person so he could help, but never fear, all, he's there in Spirit. And he has so passed judgment on this guy in Spirit. This dude should be forced to live the rest of his life outside of the church. Basically, they're gonna throw him to Satan. Maybe if he suffers enough, God will save him in the end. Who knows though?  Paul is extremely annoyed at the Corinthians' lax attitude about this stuff. Don't they know that even a little yeast can make bread dough rise? Translation: one bad person can ruin a whole church. It's time to clean those mixing bowls and start a new batch of dough. We're living in Passover times, y'all! Jesus is the lamb that has been slaughtered, so start acting like it! Paul thinks they need to be celebrating with some nice pure unleavened bread, not letting that evil yeast creep into their midst. Harsh words, Paul. Paul says that he wrote to the church before and told them not to have anything to do with immoral people. Of course, they misunderstood this. It would be kind of impossible not to associate with anyone who had a history of doing bad things.  What he meant was, don't associate with other Christians who are immoral. Oh, good clarification. How do you know a fellow Christian is super-bad like this? Well, are they sexually immoral? Are they greedy? Are they an idolater? Do they verbally abuse others? Are they drunks? Are they thieves? Then you can just cross them off your list. Get them out of the church. Judge the heck out of them. (Hey, wait, Paul… didn't you just tell the Corinthians not to judge a little bit ago? Oh, never mind…) www.shmoop.com

  • 01:00

    "The Sacred Path...Sedona, A Spiritual Adventure"

    in Spirituality

    Join us as we celebrate Sedona's newest BlogTalk Radio Show, "The Sacred Path Sedona...A Spiritual Adventure".


    A new weekly opportunity for the seeker on the spiritual path! Join us weekly for a variety of guest speakers,discussions with spiritual seekers, and much more!  This venue has been established to support the individual on life's journey, as well as provide another option for Lightworkers everywhere to network, share their experiences, spiritual work and ideas with others. 


    Please email:  thesacredpathsedona@gmail.com to inquire about becoming a guest speaker on the program. We also welcome your suggestions and ideas as we co-create a joyful opportunity for all to enjoy!


    We are happy to welcome our first guest, Kay Wiltse, Founder & Director of The Lighthouse Foundation ~ Center for Spiritual Living, mentor, teacher and gifted intuitive. With over 22 years experience in the holistic spiritual field in southern California, Kay is now a resident of Sedona, AZ where she conducts trainings, classes, and workshops.


    Ms. Wiltse is available as a guest speaker, and private phone sessions by contacting thesacredpathsedona@gmail.com or by calling (928) 862-2086.


    We are very happy to welcome the Sacred Light of Sedona ~ A Center for Spirit, Mind & Body as our sponsor for this BlogTalk Radio Show.   (928) 254-3163  www.SacredLightOfSedona.com


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