My Response to the Apocalyptic Predictions for America this November 2020
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Is American going to be overtaken by other governments? Are we facing a governmental collapse in November 2020? Dutch Sheets says, “No.” Hear his comments and thoughts regarding an apocalyptic message that is currently being spread across America.

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Saint of the Day
Saint of the Day
Jerome Atherholt and Ancient Faith Radio
Our Venerable Father Demetrius of Basarabov (Romania) (13th c.)
He was born early in the thirteenth century to a peasant family in the village of Basarov, then part of Bulgaria. Even in childhood, he gave himself to fasting and prayer. Once, walking across a field, he accidentally stepped on a bird's nest in the grass, killing the young birds. He was so filled with remorse that he went barefoot for three years, winter and summer, in penance. When he was grown he joined a monastery and, after a few years of community life, received a blessing to dwell in a cave near the River Lom. After many years of solitary struggle, he reposed in his cave. Three hundred years passed, during which all memory of the simple ascetic was lost. Then, one Spring the river flooded the cave and carried off Demetrius' body, which had lain incorrupt in the cave for centuries. The body was carried downstream and buried in gravel. Another hundred years went by, and the Saint appeared in a dream to a paralyzed girl, telling her to ask her parents to take her to the river bank, where she would be healed. The family, along with many clergy and villagers, went to a spot where some local people had earlier seen an unexplained light. They dug and soon unearthed the still-incorrupt and radiant body of St Demetrius, by which the girl was instantly healed. A church was built in the village of Basarabov to honor the precious relics, and through the years the Saint worked many miracles there.   In 1774, during the Russian-Turkish war, General Peter Saltikov ordered the holy relics taken to Russia so that they would not be desecrated by the Turks. When the relics came to Bucharest, a pious Christian friend of the General begged him not to deprive the country of one of its most precious saints; so the General took only one of the Saint's hands, sending it to the Kiev Caves Lavra. Saint Demetrius' body was placed in the cathedral of Bucharest, where it has been venerated ever since. Every year on October 27, a three-day festival is held in the Saint's honor, attended by crowds of the faithful.
2 min
Christian Meditation Podcast
Christian Meditation Podcast
Chaplain Jared
276 To Everything There’s A Season, A Guided Christian Meditation on Ecclesiastes 3:1-5 with the Recenter With Christ app
276 To Everything There’s A Season, A Guided Christian Meditation on Ecclesiastes 3:1-5 with the Recenter With Christ app I'm Chaplain Jared and I work as a hospice chaplain and an ICU chaplain, my purpose in making this podcast is to help you find more peace in your life and to be more open for your heart to be changed by the Spirit of God. By using centuries old form of Christian Meditation named Lectio Divina: Outline: Relaxation, Reading, Meditation, Prayer, Contemplation and Visualization. Get into a place where you can sit comfortably and uninterrupted for about 20 minutes.You should hopefully not be driving or anything tensing or unrelaxing. If you feel comfortable to do so, I invite you to close your eyes. Guided Relaxation / Guided Meditation: Breathe and direct your thoughts to contacting God. Let your stomach be a balloon inflate, deflate. Bible verses for Meditation: Ecclesiastes 3:1-5 NIV 1 There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens: 2 a time to be born and a time to die, a time to plant and a time to uproot, 3 a time to kill and a time to heal, a time to tear down and a time to build, 4 a time to weep and a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to dance, 5 a time to scatter stones and a time to gather them, a time to embrace and a time to refrain from embracing, NRSV 1 For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven: 2 a time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up what is planted; 3 a time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up; 4 a time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance; 5 a time to throw away stones, and a time to gather stones together; a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing; Meditation on Scripture: This scripture is an often quoted scripture about the timeliness of God. Many times when I have read this scripture, I see it as a reference to the impermanence of life. It seems to point to the unimportance of changes that occur. When we see it in the context of the previous chapter it adds additional meaning. In the greater context of the book of Ecclesiastes we see an existential wrestle with purposelessness. The antidote to this purposelessness is God. In other words Although there are changes in life due to the extremes and the thing that happen to us in life, the answer remains unchanged. Its not just a meaningless change from some set of arbitrary markers. It is the fact that the love and purpose of God transcend all of these. In your life, God loves in as you weep and as you laugh. God’s grace applies as we break down and build up. There are times when we embrace and refrain from embracing, yet our eternal worth before God remains unchanged. This awareness transforms these changes from meaningless noise, to a series of opportunities to reveal spiritual development. When we recognize a shortfall in what we want vs what we experience, our focus can go beyond the desire itself and look to the greater question of how we are developing in our love for God and our neighbor. God’s goal for us includes undeserved unconditional love, as well as a saving grace and purifying force to lead us toward a recreation in the perfection of God. We don’t need to fear the bad times as some sort of indication that we are not measuring up. Those things come and go. What doesn’t have to be is our developing trust and in Him. Our faith can grow regardless of the circumstance of our life. Meditation of Prayer: Pray as directed by the Spirit. Dedicate these moments to the patient waiting, when you feel ready ask God for understanding you desire from Him. Meditation of God and His Glory / Hesychasm: I invite you to sit in silence feeling being patient for your own faults and trials. Summarize what insights you have gained during this meditation and meditate and visualize positive change in your life: This is a listener funded podcast at patreon.com/christianmeditationpodcast Updates: Final Question: How do you treat the needs of others? Final Thought: During last week’s episode I recommended a practice of enhancing the naturally occurring moments of life. This can lead to improved mood as we learn to give gratitude to God for these moments. I want to take a moment and perhaps slit a hair between salvation and bringing the kingdom of God into our lives here and now. If we trust Jesus as our savior, he takes our sins away. Yet this is not the only thing Jesus offered. He constantly was trying to teach the people how to bring the kingdom of Heaven to earth. That comes through consistently following Jesus. Practices of gratitude, expressions of worship and faith, as well the most important is developments in our capacity to love as Jesus did, reflect Jesus’ invitations and result in His promised blessings. FIND ME ON: Download my free app: Recenter with Christ Website - ChristianMeditationPodcast.com Voicemail - (602) 888-3795 Email: jared@christianmeditationpodcast.com Apple Podcasts - Christian Meditation Podcast Facebook.com/christianmeditationpodcast Youtube.com/christianmeditaitonpodcast Twitter - @ChristianMedPod
22 min
Mitolife Radio
Mitolife Radio
Matt Blackburn
Lipofuscin and Beyond with Morley Robbins
What is the most primordial and ancient battle occurring on planet earth? It is the fight between iron and copper for oxygen. It is interesting that blue wavelength light correlates with the frequency of iron and red light correlates with the frequency of copper. We live in a artificial blue lit world and everyone has iron overload from the food and water. Everyones sick... go figure? In this interview, the legendary mineral expert Morley Robbins returns to illuminate the relationship between mineral imbalance and disease. We focus specifically on lipofuscin, which is a melted-plastic material made up of polyunsaturated fat breakdown products, aluminum, iron and estrogen. While we have slightly different views about should be focused on to pull out the rug from under lipofuscinosis, we agree that iron should be targeted. You target iron by focusing on consuming bioavailable copper and avoiding supplements and ingredients that hemorrhage your active copper: ceruloplasmin. Morley's Website: www.rcp123.org Studies we referenced: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6196933/#R6 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02713680600744851?scroll=top&needAccess=true&journalCode=icey20 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/0891584989901421 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20116426/ https://anatomypubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1002/ar.22809 My website: www.matt-blackburn.com Order Mitolife products: www.mitolife.co
1 hr 44 min
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