Isa - Tim Engelhardt - Everything Is All You Have (File, MP3)
It says: I have a very big God Isa - Tim Engelhardt - Everything Is All You Have (File. He's always by my side. A very big God O by my side, by my side. Man's love is so small it's so small it's so small.
But God's love is so big it's so big it's so big! That is all I know. Thank you. One of the singers at our church brought it home from college and sang it for us, have never been able to find it. I know some of the words, but I am not sure of the title. The words I know or what i remember of it anyway.
I met a man at Calvary it broke my heart so bruised was he His hands and side were wounded so then some words that my memory lost then Chorus I asked him why he suffered so why he to Calvary must go. That is what i can remember of the song, I would really appreciate it if anyone can identify it, let me know where I could obtain a copy. Thank you, and God bless. Margaret madgelynn at comcast. The first and second line is, I found a love in Jesus, I have find the stripes that heals. The end chorus is Hallelujah, He's the one.
Thank you very much. MsSerenity31 MsSerenity31 at aol. There's where they nailed him, Jesus our divine. Way out yonder on Golgotha, I need the rest of the song. Thank you for helping me. Etheld Etheld at aol. I heard it once at our church.
It is about a male that wants to sing in the choir, but they tell him that he is not good enough, and then he dies and goes to heaven and gets to sing in the choir.
If anyone could help me to locate this song I would be greatly appreciative! Sharon Ellington stemchick at mchsi. From: Paul Maples Date: Fri, 15 Nov I am looking for a song that tells about a little crippled girl who would go to the altar to pray every Sunday and everyone thought she was going to pray for herself that the Lord would heal her. The little girl died and when they held the services in the church they placed her crutches on the altar.
The little girls father never came to church but he was there that day for his little girl's service. The pastor was giving the eulogy and he spoke of the fact that the little girl would hobble down to the altar every Sunday on her crutches to pray for her lost father.
When the little girl's father heard this he broke down in tears. This is the gist of the song and I may have some of it wrong but I want to find it desperately. If anyone knows where I can locate the song please e-mail me at pmaples at anaxis. He heals the brokenhearted and He sets the captive free He makes the lame to walk again and He makes the blind to see, for He is able Thanks for any helps! If you have the music, let me know Thanks, John Rutherford. Who created this free form of government - its motto in God we trust"?
Thanks, bgreene at penn. Thank you bdavis at futura. From: D. Thanks in advance and God Bless! Anderson DeeJay at aol. Can you help me? God Bless You and Yours.
We discuss the mission of the foundation, how it works to help small communities thrive, and the quest for perfect pie. Our first place documentary, Voices from the National Equality March, captures the essence of participating in Equality Across America 's march in Washington on October 11, C-Span has recorded all the speakers at the rally. Kansans for Lifesaving Cures' policy position is that any stem cell research, therapies or cures that are permitted by federal law should be allowed in Kansas — provided that such activities are conducted ethically and safely and do not involve human reproductive cloning.
Community Bridge also received First Place in for public affairs programming for Evolutionary Faith. And Kansas is no different that the national trend. With tens of millions of Americans unemployed, states facing dire fiscal situations, and more and more people loosing their homes, one has to ask why abortion has become the GOP's number one priority?
A report by The Guttmacher Institute, finds that in addition to these laws, more than other bills have been approved by at least one chamber of the legislature, and some interesting trends are emerging. Three topics—insurance coverage of abortion, restriction of abortion after a specific point in gestation and ultra sound requirements—are topping the agenda in several states and all three have been approved by the Kansas legislature.
For the complete Guttmacher report, click here. Then, Amanda Marcottea blogger RH Reality Checkbest known for her writing on feminism and politics, joins Community bridge to discuss what is happening Isa - Tim Engelhardt - Everything Is All You Have (File a national level. Listeners can find her blog at RH Reality Check here. Then we hear Flanders interviewing retired Colonel Andrew Bacevich about the changes in the administration and the ongoing situation in Libya and Syria, and notes that at a time when the Arab world is undergoing deep changes, it should be a time for modesty in the US and a reconsideration of military power and the use of violence to achieve goals.
We close out this hour with a clip form Law and Disorder Radio featuring the award-winning independent journalist Will Potter. Community Bridge opens this week with our third round table discussion on the state of the media in Kansas. Andrew Breitbart has no problem lying to his readers, especially if he can score points against progressives. Breitbart's website BigGovernment. InBreitbart promoted heavily edited tapes that he falsely claimed showed systematic corruption at the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now ACORN related to child prostitution and sex trafficking.
This video caused her to lose her job, but Sherrod is now suing Breitbart. Then in April, just a week after he promised to "go after the teachers and the union organizers," his website started running a series of choppy, heavily edited videos taken from labor studies courses taught at the University of Missouri-St.
Breitbart's posts promoting these videos claim, among other things, that the professors "instruct students on how fear, intimidation, and, even, industrial sabotage are important and, often, necessary tools," and that they teach their students that the US flag is "racist.
These relationships are the core of their work and the foundation upon which the Sister City project works for human rights, social justice, and cultural exchange. The students talk about their experiences with in El Salvador and the plans to return in In our second hour we first hear from Dr.
Shiva says: "The American people should see that corporations have abandoned them long ago. Vandana Shiva. Shiva was named one of the seven most influential women in the world by Forbes magazine. Shiva spoke at K-State in October and the podcast of her speech is available on the Community Bridge website. Click on the link to the podcasts and scroll down to October.
Canova takes on the Standards and Poors treat to downgrade the US credit rating in a discussion of the economic meltdown in our casino economy. Political lying has always been with us, but what the GOP and some Democrats have done is akin to carpet-bombing the truth.
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David Solnit first became involved in creating change in high school when he joined a campaign to abolish draft registration. Since then, the California-based carpenter, activist, and puppeteer, has been on the frontlines of direct action, protesting the US role in Central America in the s, free trade deals and the WTO in the s, and, more recently, the US intervention in Iraq. Solnit is a co-founder of Art and Revolutiona loose-knit collective that combines art and theater with direct action.
This creativity-with-a-purpose stands in a colorful tradition of theatrical dissent from the Diggers, the Yippies, and the French Situationists of the s. Community Bridge opens with representatives of Morning Star, Inc. CROs are not-for-profit organizations, run by current and former consumers of mental health services. Then David Baconunion activist, journalist, and immigration rights advocate has a conversation with Community Bridge host Christopher Renner.
Community Bridge opens this week with our follow up to last month's panel discussion on the state of the media in Kansas.
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We touch on the issue of think tanks and how their talking points help determine what is said on the editorial pages. Panelists also explore the role of Net Neutrality in providing people with access to diverse opinions and its role in a health democracy. We also hear about the National Conference for Media Reform, which took place this past weekend in Boston. Smith and McCulloh provide an update, but could the recent Manhattan City Commission election waste this possibility to improve the quality of life in Manhattan?
Community Bridge opens this week with an interview featuring author Pamela Schoenewaldt in a discussion of her new novel, When We Were Strangers. The novel tells the story of Irma Vitale, an Italian immigrant who leaves her Abruzzo mountain village to come to America. Schoenewaldt takes up such current issues as immigration reform and women's reproductive rights in this historical novel that readers of Geraldine Brooks, Nancy Turner, Frances de Pontes Peebles, and Debra Dean will most certainly cherish.
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Why are the two political parties only interested in what the wealthy think? Why does the middle class continue to shrink? Why does it seem corporations are above the law? Well the answer lies in the growing reality that our democracy is being replaced by plutocracy. Joining us to discuss the Drum article as well as his own work on the topic is Andy Krolla journalist at Mother Jones. You can find Any's writing at Mother Jones here. In the second half of our first hour we take up HB that intends to terminate Kan-ed - the technology backbone that provides Internet services to K education, public hospitals, public libraries, and public institutes of higher education.
A new report from the National Alliance on Mental Illness, entitled, "State Mental Health Cuts: A National Crisis," reports that Kansas ranks seventh in the nation when it comes to cutting state funding for mental health programs.
Community Bridge takes up this issue in our second hour with Robbin ColeExecutive Director of Pawnee Mental Health on how Brownback's budget cuts to mental health services are hurting Kansans in need of mental health services in Manhattan and across the state. During the second half, we are joined by Rev. Trudy Cretsingerformer pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Topeka, representing Kansas families served by the Kansas Neurological Institute, another service Sam Brownback has deemed too costly for the state to continued to support.
But for Sam Brownback these people do not deserve to be care for by the state. Leaked: The Internet must go! Are you on the internet right now? Of course you are! Then you should definitely check out this amazing video about what the internet companies are planning. This move could hurt both consumers and content creators--but of course would be a huge windfall for internet providers. How weathly are Americans? The disparity in wealth between the richest one percent of Americans and the bottom 80 percent has grown exponentially over the last thirty years — but the video, posted by user politizane and relying on data from a popular Mother Jones post, focuses on the difference between the ideal disparity that Americans would like to see and the reality.
Tax the Rich. So long! It's been fun. In some ways this was a return to my roots, as I taught English as a Foreign Language for 17 years in Italy. Now I am teaching English speakers Italian. I've come full circle. This coming full circle also means the end of an attempt on my part to start a new career in my 50s. Sadly, as much as I tried to bring community radio to Manhattan, I was not successful. So I have decided to dedicate my energy and time to my first love, being an educator.
The archive of my shows will remain active - there's a lot of great content in the shows. So I hope you continue to listen and enjoy them. Once again thank you for your support and encouragement over the five years the show was on the air.
I know many feel that my program needs to be on the air and I agree with you that a diversity of voices is sorely lacking in the local media. But alas, it is not I who will bring that diversity. It will have to be someone else. Christopher E. Individuals can watch the show via stream video or download the podcast. But the failure of the US and international effort there is not a foregone conclusion.
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Our custom essay writing service comes in as a reliable solution on your academic journey whenever deadlines seem to catch up too soon. The order process is simple and straight-forward. Could you imagine Walter Cronkite spewing such garbage? Newspeople with integrity ought to speak out against Gibson because he is making the industry a laughing stock. Furthermore, just because someone enjoys politics and economics to the right of center doesn't mean that they are hateful towards women, homosexuals, Mexicans, and whatever group the neocon's place the blame for everything on du jour.
You most certainly don't have to be a pig to be a capitalist. I can't believe I am going to defend conservatives, but they are not all like John Gibson nor do they even know who he is. In fact I think Gibson is pandering to redneck wannabees.
Traditional conservatives ought to wake up and take their label back. The world would be a better place without allowing such jerks represent your position. If I were a conservative I wouldn't tolerate what passes for talk radio and news in my political and economic world view. I'd take on on the neocons for dragging conservatives down into the depths of crudeness and incivility. I grew up with conservatives and I never witnessed or heard such prejudice.
Sure, they were mostly oblivious people and never said what they what they were actually thinking if they were actually thinking about anything other than their portfolio and golf handicapbut they weren't deliberately mean nor would they condone such comments by the likes of those neocon shills on Fox News or "conservative" talk radio Bank On California.
Seems the working people aren't growing our economy enough. Americans each year spend 8 billion U. This translates into 40, dollars over the course of a career for the average full-time worker. In addition, families without bank accounts may not have a safe place to keep their money and can become a magnet for crime. I get it MP3). Get the poor people to save the banks.
Silly me. I like how this story is in the Chinese news. Friday Sex Post. English Russia blog: A visit to a condom factory somewhere in eastern Europe or Russia or Poland or somewhere depending on which commenter is correct. Condom manufacturing is not too sterile and the blogger wonders what must happen in condom factories in Asia "they might do even more not-so-sterile things with this gentle products…" Read the comments too.
Thursday, January 24 Here we go again with Obama's religion. When you think about it, this IS going to be news for a lot of people. If he becomes the nominee, can you just imagine what he will be up against? What is happening is that Obama has to go on record explaining just how Christian he is, which seems oddly quaint. There was flap a while back when Faux News made a big deal about how his first name rhymes with Osama, what his middle name is and that he went to a Muslim school for a while when he was a boy, but it was laid to rest after a broohaha.
Fareed Zakaria, editor Newsweek International was on Real Time with Bill Maher January 18th and they were talking about politics and Pakistan when Zakaria mentioned that maybe an Obama presidency would be good for foreign policy.
He said it would be hard for a Pakistani jihadi to wage jihad against a man named Barrak Hussein Obama. Bill Maher said that he'd see the name Hussein and go "Hey!
The laughter ensued. This should be interesting to watch. That means it's written as fictional humor. It does not yet represent the actual position of the RIAA, although from the way things are going, the association may soon adopt it.
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Wednesday, January 23 Study: False statements preceded war. The study counted false statements in the two-year period. It found that in speeches, briefings, interviews and other venues, Bush and administration officials stated unequivocally on at least occasions that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction or was trying to produce or obtain them or had links to al-Qaida or both. The center said the study was based on a database created with public statements over the two years beginning on Sept.
These mea culpas notwithstanding, much of the wall-to-wall media coverage provided additional, 'independent' validation of the Bush administration's false statements about Iraq," it said. Well you already knew that he was lying and evil piece of excrement, but like me, you probably lost count of all the lies.
It wasn't like anyone was paying me to spend time keeping meticulous records although I started back in So many people I knew and loved believed the lies. I wanted to be wrong actually. I don't like being the harbinger of doom and gloom at all.
I was mad that I could see through the lies like most of you were. You start to think you're crazy after a while and doubt yourself when the media was lying too. If you're lucky you managed to help a few people see the light and could feel less alone. The corporate media never questioned the lies. The corporate media just changed the reasons for the invasion and occupation of Iraq as the administration instructed them to do.
There's a sucker born every minute. This is an excerpt of an excerpt printed at alternet. There is a lot more at the link. Quite shocking too. Like Bush's campaign slogan, Compassionate Conservatism, Word of Faith preachers often give lip service to their church's community service projects yet worship at the altar of hyperindividualism and unregulated capitalism.
Many of these televangelists spend millions of dollars of church funds on luxury jets, take huge salaries out of church coffers to build themselves mansions, and treat themselves to other luxuries like clothes, vacations, and high-end dinners. They use the free advertising of their churches and television shows to sell countless books, tapes, and DVDs of their sermons, raking in millions that go into for-profit church-related enterprises that line their own pockets.
All of this activity is rationalized as obeying Jesus' command to spread the Gospel throughout the world. Yet it is all possible precisely because there is virtually no oversight of the preachers' activities. Tax-exempt churches do not file tax returns and are under no obligation to divulge their finances to donors or the public.
Where profit-driven church meets the cornerstone of conservative economic ideology, televangelists have been enriching themselves in an unregulated marketplace trading on God, the cult of personality, and American dreams of riches and success. Although some observers of the election have pronounced the conservative Christian movement dead, Parsley's preaching in the service reveals exactly why the Word of Faith movement will play a big role in keeping it alive through the elections and beyond.
While Parsley's audience is under his spell, the mayhem is suddenly suspended when Parsley yells, "Stop! I just heard the Holy Ghost. Instead, Parsley delivers a political speech. While I was optimistically hoping that "christian" "conservatives" were losing ground, it appears that their leaders are still being hosted in the White House. These hucksters are capable of transforming tens or hundreds of thousands of suckers probably mostly oppressed and undereducated Americans into supporting their lavish lifestyles as well as supporting the GOP.
This is what is so dangerous about evangelicals today. If they want to make charlatans rich, that is nothing new, but now more and more brainwashed masses are doing the bidding of the fascist, cruel-corporatist pigs. It's time to call for a repeal of the tax exempt status of churches in the United States. The best way to deal with them is to hit them where they hurt.
Watch how fast the honest ministries stand up and begin to rip out the weeds. China Calls for Stepped-Up Propaganda. Hu's remarks at a major party gathering reflected the government's traditional focus on controlling information and guiding public opinion, yet also indicated concern that those efforts were losing their edge in the face of the Internet and other independent sources of information and entertainment.
Officials should "perform well the task of outward propaganda, further exhibit and raise up the nation's good image," Hu said. Reports on his remarks Tuesday to party leaders and propaganda officials dominated the front page of the party's flagship People's Daily and other official newspapers Wednesday.
The reports did not indicate any direct mention of the Olympics by Hu. However, they said he called for boosting China's "cultural soft power," a reference to influence in culture, sports and other spheres outside traditional military might and hard-nosed diplomacy.
China has only lately embraced the concept of "soft power," although propaganda has been a central tenet of Communist rule even before the party seized control in a revolution. Directing those efforts is the Propaganda Department, which sits under the direct control of the party's powerful Central Committee. The body outranks all government ministries and the Cabinet's State Council Information Office, which is chiefly responsible for propaganda directed at foreign audiences.
As the voice of party rule, the department is headed by a party hard-liner and exercises broad control over print media, film, television and the Internet. In an apparent attempt to appear more progressive, the department's English name was changed a decade ago to the Publicity Department, although its name in Chinese remains unchanged.
The department has wide-ranging powers to punish outlets, writers, filmmakers and journalists that defy its guidelines, both written and implied, although the process of censorship is highly opaque. Those efforts are especially important given human rights groups' attempts to use the games to publicize their criticisms of Chinese policies on everything from religious freedoms to the conflict in Sudan's Darfur region.
In the reports on his remarks, Hu also emphasized the importance of propaganda in maintaining stability in a society increasingly riven by disparities between rich and poor, ethnic divisions, and challenges to the party's once unquestioned authority. Officials, he said, must "advance the building of the body of socialist core value and further boost unity and harmony between all ethnic groups.
Tuesday, January 22 and in other news. Blondesense reader, Dirruk, our European correspondent, who lives in the Netherlands and writes awesome limericks, sent along this story for your amusement.
Well I was amused. This guy is cute AND a hero. Hero pilot likes crew girls licking chocolate off his naked body Twice-married Capt Burkhill was hailed a hero by the Prime Minister for averting disaster when flight BA lost power on its descent.
The captain oversaw proceedings as his co-pilot John Coward landed the jet on grass. Later Capt Burkhill said: "We are trained to deal with emergency situations. Oh my. Check out the pictures at the story which go along with the following: Stewardesses attended to his every need—which bizarrely even meant putting liqourice up his bottom—as they hovered over his landing stripes.
But when the girls smothered him in chocolate and licked it all off, Peter—then a year-old First Officer—was left feeling rather joysticky Our snaps were taken when the year-old British Airways captain worked for Caledonian Airways.
Birds were always all over him. You have GOT to love the Brits. Saudi Arabia to move out of the 12th Century? Saudi Arabia to lift ban on women drivers Don't hold your breath. Excerpts: Government officials have confirmed the landmark decision and plan to issue a decree by the end of the year. Practical hurdles stopping women obtaining licences and insurance must be overcome.
A woman would have to remove the traditional abaya robe to get a clear view behind the wheel. But seriously, I think the trouble with Saudi men is Saudi men. Obviously they cannot even fathom the idea of self control. Cookie Wars. Hydrox lost.
This story was on the front page of the WJS on Saturday. There is an internet campaign to bring it back, but Kelloggs won't hear of it. There is an online forum to discuss the cookie at WSJ too. I think I preferred Hydrox over Oreos, but mom bought whatever was on sale and so did I when my son was younger and I had to buy cookies. I can have neither in the house today as it would be like having booze in the cupboard if I were an alcoholic.
The bag of cookies would be calling me in the night, "Oh Lizzy I'm crunchy and delicious and I love you so much and I know that you love me.
Eat me. A simple fix for what ails us? While I am trying not to freak out over the economy today, I am reading about other things David Sirota's piece, "Digging In the Right Place" discusses how we shouldn't really expect the feds to come up with health care solutions but rather look to state legislatures and he gives 2 examples: Washington and Wisconsin.
Three paragraphs that really stuck out and drove his points which you will read in the short article home: Think about it: The White House can only be won by raising truckloads of cash from moneyed interests looking to preserve the status quo. Likewise, the U. Senate's filibuster rules allow 41 lawmakers, representing just 11 percent of the population, to stop anything.
These are institutions designed to prevent change, not embrace it. You absolutely cannot argue with that. In fact you already knew that and that's why you probably read this blog.
And this which sums up the PTB nicely when faced with a logical money saving plan that would even benefit them: The Royalist Right is distraught about the plan. When an initial draft passed the Wisconsin Senate last year, the Wall Street Journal's editorial board attacked it on the grounds that it "reduces out-of-pocket copayments" and "increases the number of mandated medical services covered" for patients.
Sounds just awful. The paper then criticized it as a tax increase and labeled it "government-run" -- as if patients are better served by paying even bigger premium increases to corporate CEOs whose paychecks grow with each coverage denial.
Know what the sad thing is? I know "wannabees" who would agree with the WSJ's editorial board just so that they could be perceived as "have mores. Levite be Gone: Releasing the Samaritan Within. By Jason Miller. They stripped him of his clothes, beat him and went away, leaving him half dead. Then he put the man on his own donkey, took him to an inn and took care of him.
Great commentary and a gentle not reminder for the PTB. Jehovah was their inheritance and for their support it was ordained that they should receive from the other tribes the tithes of the produce of the land. In particular, the Levite Tithe Also, be sure to check out the comments that follow -- "shadowdancer" in particular: Perhaps your a Nation of mostly Religious Political Pharisees?
I use the word, Mostly, meaning, not all. I mean, talking to each other, sparks flying, accusing, defending and re-accusing each other, attacking even the people who were not on the podium. Bill Clinton There was an annoying audience who applauded even when Obama sneezed. It was a serious, substantive debate - one - you never see on the republican tax-cut-fest or fear-mongering monologue.
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