Dead Man Miraculously Comes Back to Life! | Bill Wolfson

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In this It’s Supernatural! Classic episode from 1999: Dead man miraculously comes back to life!

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Bill Salus: The Next Prophecies

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I’ve never seen Bill Salus quite so passionate about soon-to-come prophetic events. In Bill’s own words, spoken with a sense of real urgency, he says, “Bad things are coming.” For the last few years, Bill has stirred up excitement in the prophetic community with his ground breaking work on Ezekiel 38, Isaiah 17 and Jeremiah 49, passages that describe a series of future wars and judgments on Russia, Turkey, Syria and Iran. Bill breaks from long-held prophetic traditions with some new, somewhat controversial ideas on the the Seals of Revelation and the Four Horseman of the Apocalypse, laying out a biblical timeline that should give all of us pause to think. Gary and Bill highlight what Bill calls, The Next Prophecies. What happens next? Tune in to hear just how close we could be to walking on streets of gold! We are the last generation!

AZ Bill Allows Discrimination Against Unmarried Women, Non-Christians, LGBT

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–A new Arizona bill allows businesses to discriminate against unmarried women and non-Christians

–On the Bonus Show: Google glasses in a movie theater, A Canadian passenger is allowed to board a plane after his bomb is confiscated, The Mars One mission and family, more…

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Bill Koenig: Watching the Middle East

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There’s a cauldron boiling in the Middle East. The tiny, but powerful nation of Israel, the size of New Jersey, is surrounded by enemies who are threatening her with complete annihilation. The Palestinians gather on Israel’s border by the thousands, violently demanding their own independent state. Russia has partnered up with Syria and is now threatening Israel and the United States with its military might. Iran makes no secret of its intentions, threatening Israel and America with naval warfare and a future that may include nuclear weapons. Who would understand the convoluted, Middle East mess better than Bill Koenig, the prophetic news-tracker who thousands of people rely on for daily breaking news from Israel each day? Tune in to see what’s next on God’s prophetic calendar! War? Peace? A two-state solution? The destruction of Damascus? Ezekiel’s Gog and Magog War? As President Trump prepares to move the US Embassy to Jerusalem in May, “prophecy watchers” would be wise to listen to Gary and Bill discuss the signs of the times!

Bill Charlap Interview by Monk Rowe – 4/16/2000 – Scottsdale, AZ

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Pianist Bill Charlap speaks about his musical upbringing, improvisation as a language, and the realities of making a career in jazz.

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Bill Wiese at Shekinah Worship Center – 23 Minutes in Hell

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Sun. April 24, 2016 Bill Wiese at Shekinah Worship Center
Bill Wiese had a supernatural experience where the Lord Jesus allowed him to experience the horrific doom of being lost in hell. After delivering him from that experience the Lord sent Bill to go and warn people that hell is real.
Hear an eyewitness account of the fate of all who die without Christ. Hear of the love of God who gave His only
begotten Son so that no one would have to perish.

Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys featuring Uncle Josh Graves – Cosby, TN, July 4, 1971

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This show is courtesy of Doug Hutchens. Be sure to check out Doug’s blog about this show and several others from his tenure as a Blue Grass Boy here:

Set 1 – Bill Monroe and the Blue Grass Boys with guest Uncle Josh Graves on dobro

1 Goin’ Up Caney
2 Dark Hollow
3 Sitting On Top Of The World
4 Blue Grass Breakdown
5 Footprints In The Snow
6 Little Georgia Rose
7 Big Sandy River
8 Jimmy Brown, The News Boy
9 I Hear A Sweet Voice Calling
10 Evening Prayer Blues
11 Goodbye Old Pal

Set 2 – The Story Of Blue Grass Music

1 Columbus Stockade Blues (With Clyde Moody)
2 In The Pines (Partial)
3 Tennessee Blues (with Carl Story)
4 True Life Blues
5 Roll In My Sweet Baby’s Arms (with Lester Flatt)
6 Little Cabin Home On The Hill
7 Will You Be Loving Another Man
8 Can’t You Hear Me Callin’ (with Roland White) (tape change)
9 When You Are Lonely (with Don Reno)
10 Mansions For Me
11 Dusty Miller
12 I Haven’t Seen Mary In Years (with James Monroe)
13 Tall Pines
14 I Wonder Where You Are Tonight (Jim & Jesse)
15 I’m On My Way To The Old Home (Goins Brothers)
16 Lonesome Road Blues (tape change)
17 Mule Skinner Blues

Bill Monroe: Mandolin, Vocals
Dan Jones: Guitar, Vocals
Jack Hicks: Banjo
Joe Stuart: Fiddle
Kenny Baker: Fiddle
Doug Hutchens: Bass

Uncle Josh Graves: Dobro
Clyde Moody: Guitar, Vocals
Carl Story: Guitar, Vocals
Lester Flatt: Guitar, Vocals
Roland White: Guitar, Vocals
Don Reno: Guitar, Vocals
James Monroe: Guitar, Vocals
Jim McReynolds: Guitar, Vocals
Jesse McReynolds: Mandolin, Vocals
Melvin Goins: Guitar, Vocals
Ray Goins: Banjo

Spirituality and Community: William F. Buckley, Bill Moyers – University (1999)

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Buckley was raised a Catholic, and was a member of the Knights of Malta.[27] He described his faith by saying, “I grew up, as reported, in a large family of Catholics without even a decent ration of tentativeness among the lot of us about our religious faith.”[28] As a child, he attended St. John’s, Beaumont, a prestigious Catholic boarding school in England, for a time before the outbreak of World War II. Later, he attended Millbrook, a Protestant school, but was permitted to attend Catholic Mass at a nearby church. As a youth, he became aware of anti-Catholic bias in the United States, particularly American Freedom and Catholic Power, a Paul Blanshard book that accused American Catholics of having ‘divided loyalties.’

The release of his first book, God and Man at Yale, in 1951 was met with some specific criticism pertaining to his Catholicism. McGeorge Bundy, dean of Harvard at the time, wrote in The Atlantic that “it seems strange for any Roman Catholic to undertake to speak for the Yale religious tradition.” Henry Sloan Coffin, a Yale trustee, accused Buckley’s book of “being distorted by his Roman Catholic point of view” and stated that Buckley “should have attended Fordham or some similar institution.”[29]

In his 1997 book Nearer, My God, he condemned what he viewed as “the Supreme Court’s war against religion in the public school,” and argued that Christian faith was being replaced by “another God … multiculturalism.”[30] As an adult, Buckley regularly attended the traditional Latin Mass in Connecticut.[9] He disapproved of the liturgical reforms following the Second Vatican Council.[31] Buckley also revealed an interest in the writings and revelations of the 20th Century Italian writer Maria Valtorta.[32] In his spiritual memoir Buckley reproduced Valtorta’s detailed accounts of Jesus Christ’s crucifixion, which were based on Valtorta’s visionary experiences of Christ and the mystical revelations she reported experiencing between the years 1943–47, being shown Jesus’ life in 1st-century Palestine and recording the visions in her book The Poem of the Man-God.

Born Billy Don Moyers[1] in Hugo in Choctaw County in southeastern Oklahoma, he was the son of John Henry Moyers, a laborer, and Ruby Johnson Moyers. Moyers was reared in Marshall, Texas.[2]

He began his journalism career at 16 as a cub reporter at the Marshall News Messenger in Marshall in East Texas. In college, he studied journalism at the North Texas State College in Denton, Texas. In 1954, then-US Senator Lyndon B. Johnson employed him as a summer intern and eventually promoted him to manage Johnson’s personal mail. Soon after, Moyers transferred to the University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, where he wrote for The Daily Texan newspaper. In 1956, he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism. While in Austin, Moyers served as assistant news editor for KTBC radio and television stations, owned by Lady Bird Johnson, wife of then-Senator Johnson. During the academic year 1956–1957, he studied issues of church and state at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland as a Rotary International Fellow. In 1959, he completed a Master of Divinity degree at the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.[2] Moyers served as Director of Information while attending SWBTS. He was also a Baptist pastor in Weir in Williamson County, near Austin.

Moyers was ordained in 1954. Moyers planned to enter a Doctor of Philosophy program in American Studies at the University of Texas. During Senator Johnson’s unsuccessful bid for the 1960 Democratic U.S. presidential nomination, Moyers served as a top aide, and in the general campaign he acted as liaison between Democratic vice-presidential candidate Johnson and the Democratic presidential nominee, U.S. Senator John F. Kennedy.[3]

Why comfort will ruin your life | Bill Eckstrom | TEDxUniversityofNevada

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After documenting and researching over 50,000 coaching interactions in the workplace, Bill Eckstrom shares life-altering, personal and professional development ideas through the introduction of the “Growth Rings.” The rings illustrate how dangerous it can be to remain in a state of comfort and how being in discomfort is the only way to sustain growth. You’ll be amazed at the world-changing outcomes discomfort can have on your life and the lives of others.

Bill Eckstrom is an entrepreneur, author, speaker, outdoorsman and father of three. With a passion deeply rooted in growth and development, Bill has always been fascinated by the role a coach has on the performance of individuals and teams. As a result, he founded the EcSell Institute whose sole focus is to educate, track and measure coaching effectiveness for leaders within organizations around the world. This has led to hundreds of keynotes, published articles and e-books created from the research and documentation of coaching interactions and outcomes. You can learn more about the EcSell Institute here:

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Newsroom: Church to take the hate speech, hate crimes bill to court

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A group of Durban Christian leaders have raised concerns about hate speech bill. They believe criminalizing preaching against homosexuality and immorality is problematic. The bill seeks to create the offences of hate crimes and hate speech and to put in place measures to prevent and combat these offences. The aim is to address the increasing number of racial incidents and to further address other types of criminal conduct motivated by bias, prejudice or intolerance in the form of hate crimes and hate speech, which have occurred in the recent past.
The Ministerial Leaders for Christian Rights is an association made up of a hundred church leaders. They believe that Prevention and Combating of Hate Crimes and Hate Speech Bill prejudiced the church. The organisation’s spokesperson Pastor Lazarus Pillay said they expected more than a million signatures on a petition they were submitting to the Ministry of Justice objecting to the bill. Now joining us in studio is Pastor Lazarus Pillay who is the spokesperson for the Ministerial Leaders for Christian Rights.

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