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I'm overly useful, more than usual anyways, of the F word in this video so, please enjoy F-FN-Palooza!
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Freak shows were much more popular fifty years ago than they are today. In fact, they are now illegal in some states. Freak shows were common at state fairs, carnivals, and circus sideshows. Curtains would be tightly drawn around the various "three-headed lady" or "alligator boy" tents. Curious customers wondered what was inside, and perhaps even forked over some cash to take a peek. More often than not, the customers would be heartily disappointed because most of these shows were a ruse. Most, but not all... Text version: http://www.toptenz.net/top-10-freak-show-acts.php Coming up: 10. The Hottentot Venus 9. The Fiji Mermaid 8. General Tom Thumb 7. The Black Scorpion (also performs under the name Lobster Boy) 6. The Jones Twins 5. Mr. Frank Lentini 4. Pickled Punks 3. Chelsea Charms 2...
The Calgary Flames have fired general manager Jay Feaster. The team announced Feaster and assistant GM John Weisbrod have been relieved of their duties Thursday. Calgary Flames president of hockey operations Brian Burke will act as interim general manager until a replacement is hired.
With Felix H. Cortez.
With Felix H. Cortez.
Lt. General Thomas McInerney, former Air Force Assistant Vice Chief of Staff says the Obama Administration committed treasonous acts by expanding powers to share intelligence endangering the United States and our national security. This allowed them to get secrets on people to use as weapons against the Trump Administration. This was a trap door set up so they could distribute this information and they'd have a lot of people that would leak it, e.g. the leak on Lt. General Michael Flynn. This is very, very dangerous and it should be examined by not only the Trump Administration, but by Congress, and that's why this could be as big or bigger than Watergate. He says many of the leakers will be found. From Risk & Reward with Deirdre Bolton on the Fox Business Channel, Feb 16, 2017. Risk & Re...
Acts 10 is the account of Peter’s vision whereby God teaches him that Gentiles are acceptable candidates for the gospel and the first transparently Gentile convert in the book of Acts – the centurion Cornelius. The chapter takes us into Jewish attitudes toward Gentiles and the theological question of whether unbelievers can ever please God.
Acts 4-5 picks up threads discussed in previous podcasts: the “name theology” of biblical theology re-imagined in Jesus, the use of the OT by NT writers to make subtle theological assertions, and the “having all things in common” theme. We’ll discuss these items and draw attention to two new theological trajectories that are often missed: the first mention of Barnabas and its connection back to the reclamation of the nations launched in Acts 2 and how what the early believers in Jerusalem undermines the modern concept of “church” as a time and place.
Acts 6-7 are familiar to most Bible students as being about the selection of deacons and Stephen’s martyrdom. For sure those items are important, but there are other items of interest in these chapters that are frequently overlooked. Some of these connect back to the divine council worldview and provide hints as to how the early believers understood the kingdom of God was not only about the future but had already begun.
Acts 8 features snippets from the ministries of Peter and Philip. Against the backdrop of Jesus’ words that the disciples would take the gospel to Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria, and the “uttermost parts of the earth” (Acts 1:8), as well as the messaging of the place names in Acts 2, it is no accident that the material of Acts 8 focus on Samaria, Ethiopia, and the little-known Azotus. This podcast episode discusses the significance of these places, the events associated with them, and two featured converts: Simon the magician and the Ethiopian eunuch.
This episode focuses on the decision to replace Judas and restore the number of disciples to 12. There are several issues of interest: What was an apostle? What was the significance of the criteria for choosing the replacement for Judas? What are the OT connections to these criteria? What does the replacement of Judas tell us about how God works to further his kingdom? What was important about keeping the number 21 intact?
Acts 9 marks a transition in the story of the early church – the conversion of Saul, apostle to the Gentiles. That’s the part everyone knows (and it’s important, to say the least). But there are other interesting and noteworthy things going on in the chapter: the multiple references to Damascus (why Damascus?), the vocabulary (and theology) of “holy ones,” and the matter of how “son of God” meant more than a claim to be the Davidic king.
Here are just some of many incredible acts of kindness that can change someones day. Visit our site: http://TopTrending.com Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopTrending Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TopTrending Aaron's Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/aaronfps 24 Incredible Acts of Kindness
From the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, December 2012 Orchestra of the Mariinsky Theatre Valery Gergiev - musical director and conductor Sergei Aleksashkin - a Retired General in civilian clothes Tatiana Pavlovskaya - Pauline, the General’s step-daughter Vladimir Galuzin - Alexei, tutor of the General’s children Larisa Dyadkova - Babulenka Nikolai Gassiev - Marquis Alexander Gergalov - Mr Astley, a rich Englishman Nadezhda Serdyuk - Mlle Blanche, a demi-mondain Andrei Popov - Prince Nilsky Oleg Sychev - Baron Wurmerhelm Andrei Spekhov - Potapych Sergei Prokofiev: The Gambler - Opera in four acts and six scenes Libretto by the composer after the novella of the same name by Fyodor Dostoyevsky Prokofiev flows in the veins of the Mariinsky Theatre’s musicians, and has moreover done so...
In this lecture Ronnie Stevens continues to talk about Paul's vision and God's calling in general. Acts 16 contains a story about planting the first church in Europe. Why did Paul go to Macedonia? Why did God send him a vision? Maybe it was because of the prayers of people. The teacher also speaks about the role of women and their faithfulness. You will learn about Lydia and the conversion of her entire family. What can we do to cause our whole family to come to faith?