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Best Keith Moore podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Keith Moore podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Correction is NOT condemnationits not the same. The Lord corrects us because He loves us. Love will tell us the truth even when its not desired, because it will set us free and keep us on course. If we despise correction, we are rejecting the Fathers love. Come to Jesus as you are, but dont stay that way. Be quick to believe, forgive, and repentand become more like Jesus every day!
 
One of the greatest truths you could ever learn about God and His things is that He will treat you the way you treat His things. If His things become more and more precious and valuable to you, then your time, your life, and what youre doing become more valuable in His eyes. As you listen to this series, find out what is important to Godwhat He treasuresand let its importance increase in your life.
 
A miracle is Gods power being manifested, and God desires to do miracles in our lives. He wants us to get free from some things we thought couldnt be changed. He wants things to happen in our lives that nobody can explain. But by faith, we have to believe He can do itand that when we reach up, He reaches back; when we call, He answers; and when we ask, we receive. Even when it seems impossible, it can still be done for those who believe!
 
For the child of God, death is nothing to fear. It is not the end, but rather a transition. When you're not afraid to die, it gives you confidence to step out and do whatever God tells you to do. It makes you free, and it will change your life! As you listen to this series, let the truth of the Word renew your mind with a greater understanding that we have victory over death!
 
Romans 12:2 "...And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God." What does it mean to be transformed? It's a metamorphosis, like the changing of a caterpillar into a butterfly. It is a complete change. In this series, you will learn that you can be completely transformed by the renewing of your mind, and come to a place where you will be able to discern and clearly know the ...
 
Every question that could possibly be asked about marriage can be answered by the relationship between Christ and the Church described in the Bible. The role of the husband is exemplified by Christ, and the role of the wife is exemplified by the Church. By following the example of Christ's love and the Church's submission to Christ, a man and woman can establish the foundation for a flourishing and enjoyable marriage.
 
Every question that could possibly be asked about marriage can be answered by the relationship between Christ and the Church described in the Bible. The role of the husband is exemplified by Christ, and the role of the wife is exemplified by the Church. By following the example of Christ's love and the Church's submission to Christ, a man and woman can establish the foundation for a flourishing and enjoyable marriage.
 
This Melchizedek was king of Salem and priest of God Most High. He met Abraham returning from the defeat of the kings and blessed him, and Abraham gave him a tenth of everything (Hebrews 7:1-2, NIV) Abraham acknowledged that God had protected them, provided for them, and increased them. And he honored Him by giving the tithe to Gods high priest, Melchizedek. He didnt do it to keep a rule or to be justified in His eyes, but to honor Him. In this series, you will learn that honoring God by tit ...
 
This Melchizedek was king of Salem and priest of God Most High. He met Abraham returning from the defeat of the kings and blessed him, and Abraham gave him a tenth of everything (Hebrews 7:1-2, NIV) Abraham acknowledged that God had protected them, provided for them, and increased them. And he honored Him by giving the tithe to Gods high priest, Melchizedek. He didnt do it to keep a rule or to be justified in His eyes, but to honor Him. In this series, you will learn that honoring God by tit ...
 
1 Peter 1:18-19 you were not redeemed with corruptible things but with the precious blood of Christ Weve been redeemed at a very high price. We sold ourselves by bowing our knee to the evil one, but God loved us so much that He would not just sit by and let us perish. He bought us with the precious, costly, Blood of the Lamb. What does the enormity of the price He paid for you say about your value? When you believe who you are in Him, it anchors your soul, and you become a different person. ...
 
There's more to prospering in God than just giving offerings and making confessions. We sow where, when, and how He tells us to sow, by faith. But that's not the end of the story After we sow, we wait by faith. Then, at the proper time and season and place, we must reap our harvest by faith. Just like the farmer in the natural has a role to play in the harvest, we have a role to play in the spiritual. As you listen to this series, let the Lord teach you how to harvest - and to become good at it!
 
Matthew 7:1-2 Judge not that you be not judged. For with what judgment you judge, you shall be judged: and with what measure you mete, it shall be measured to you again. Do you think most of the Church has seen how serious judging is? Getting harsh and critical, and judging folks, can take protection off of your life. You can expose yourself to the attacks of the enemy and make yourself vulnerable. But, if you genuinely repent and judge yourself, you can get mercy and not be judged. If you c ...
 
"So you yourselves, as living stones, must be built up into a spiritual House of God, in which you become a holy priesthood able to offer those sacrifices which are acceptable to God by Jesus Christ." 1 Peter 2:5 (ERV) Our love is shown in what we're willing to pay, in the sacrifices we're willing to give. If we follow the Lord all the way, it's going to cost us something. But what's exciting is what we get in return for our sacrifices. They're not even worthy to be compared to the glory whi ...
 
God is faithful, who will not suffer you to be tempted above that ye are able; but will with the temptation also make a way to escape, that ye may be able to bear it. 1 Corinthians 10:13, KJV We are all subject to temptation. We can be tempted to be depressed, to doubt, to fear, and the list goes on... Temptation is the enemy trying to lead us the wrong way, trying to get us to yield to things that are going to hurt us and the people around us. But God is right there providing the way for us ...
 
God is faithful, who will not suffer you to be tempted above that ye are able; but will with the temptation also make a way to escape, that ye may be able to bear it. 1 Corinthians 10:13, KJV We are all subject to temptation. We can be tempted to be depressed, to doubt, to fear, and the list goes on... Temptation is the enemy trying to lead us the wrong way, trying to get us to yield to things that are going to hurt us and the people around us. But God is right there providing the way for us ...
 
The Main Street Author Podcast is an interview-style podcast with host Mike Capuzzi and local, Main Street business owners who have successfully authored, published and leveraged a book in their business to differentiate themselves and attract more ideal customers.Each episode is focused on book-authoring and book-centric marketing tactics and strategies that work for traditional local business owners.
 
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Judy and Oogie get ready to go out to see a Frank Sinatra movie. She is infatuated with everything having to do with Frank Sinatra. Dad plays it as though he doesn't know who Frank Sinatra is, and none of the guys think much of his power to make the ladies swoon. Oogie has second thoughts about taking Judy to the movies, but gives in. Judy swoons o…
 
Judy and Oogie get ready to go out to see a Frank Sinatra movie. She is infatuated with everything having to do with Frank Sinatra. Dad plays it as though he doesn't know who Frank Sinatra is, and none of the guys think much of his power to make the ladies swoon. Oogie has second thoughts about taking Judy to the movies, but gives in. Judy swoons o…
 
To travel to our storyland today, let's all take a Chinese rickshaw. A Nightingale brings happiness to a young lady as it sings its songs outside her window. She enjoys the natural sounds, as she complains that her father the Emperor loves the artificial and manmade things over any natural things. In the King's chambers, he learns that his well cul…
 
Red opens with jokes about boxing, and playing golf. Red Foley sings, Cowboy and the Lady. Bob Strong plays, Sing a Song of Sunbeams. Red has invited the gang to his new house. His overweight friend, Phil Davis, and his wisecracking secretary Miss Stillwell meet the landlord, and see the sad condition of Red's home;. Red Foley and a mild mannered g…
 
Red opens with jokes about boxing, and playing golf. Red Foley sings, Cowboy and the Lady. Bob Strong plays, Sing a Song of Sunbeams. Red has invited the gang to his new house. His overweight friend, Phil Davis, and his wisecracking secretary Miss Stillwell meet the landlord, and see the sad condition of Red's home;. Red Foley and a mild mannered g…
 
If you want adventure plus a little payoff, listen in and join Dan Holiday as he responds to just that proposition. In following the string of clues, Dan finds himself in a hotel room, and looking down the barrel of a luger at the face of the beautiful dame. Secrets are shared that fill in the story for Dan. An elaborate story of blackmail. Dan and…
 
In today's Solidarity Fridays episode, Joe and Kyle talk about recent items in the news and dive deep into Stan Grof's work, different types of therapy, and the way touch comes into play in the therapeutic world. They first discuss Wisconsin-based non-profit medical research institution, The Usona Institute, and their recently published new method …
 
A dame who is also a hot blooded Apache is sure to give Philip Marlowe a run for his money. A Dutch accented client named VanNordt turns out to lead to a bigger than life Indian who has a thump on the head waiting for Marlowe. VanNordt is a seller of curios, and artifacts from archaeologists. A bowl with Native American hyroglyphics has been stolen…
 
On this episode of the Main Street Author Podcast, I interview Amazon book publishing expert and author, Dave Chesson. Dave served in the U.S. Navy for 11 years and today is a world-renowned expert on helping people create successful self-published books. He is the founder of Kindlepreneur.com and Publisher Rocket and the author of eight books. Usi…
 
Ken and Tom are friends, but among other things, Ellen complains about Tom. He has been acting strangely, and we learn its because Tom has a terminal illness. When Ken takes a job in New York, he takes Tom along thinking he might find better medical help in the city. Time goes by, Tom has shut himself in his room to write a novel, Ken is busy with …
 
May 16, 2006. Baltimore, Maryland. 32-year old Rey Rivera receives a phone call which compels him to race out of his house and drive away before he goes missing. Eight days later, Rey’s partially decomposed body is discovered inside a locked conference room at the Belvedere Hotel. Since there is a hole in the ceiling, police conclude that Rey jumpe…
 
In this episode, Joe interviews Court Wing: early adopter of kettlebell training, earner of a 3rd degree black belt in Ki-Aikido, first certified CrossFit instructor for the NYC Metro area, first certified Z-Health instructor in New York, and former co-founder of CrossFit NYC; one of the world's largest CrossFit gyms. Wing was a recent participant …
 
Sir Francis Drake and the Brittish fleet are at sea. CBS reporters interview him to discuss the tactics in making contact with the Spanish Armada that threatens London. Meanwhile in London, a condition of blackout is in affect as the people await the expected attacks. To get a feel of the pulse of the nation, interviews are given to prove the worth…
 
Playlist Charlie Barnette - Compton Turnpike Beer Barrel Polka Glenn Miller - Moonlight Serenade Bing Crosby - Deep in the Heart of Texas 1941 Tommy Dorcey - Without a Song (Frank Sinatra, 1939) Spike Jones - Der Fueher's Face Kaye Kaiser - Who Wouldn't Love You Tommy Dorcey - Boogie WoogieBy Keith Heltsley
 
Nurse Parker, and Doctors Gillespie, Carew, and Kildare discuss the chances of plague and epidemic. They're about to have some comic relief from their daily grind by a colorful patient named Buffalo Barney. The Westerner has plenty of rustic sayings and nicknames for the dignified doctors. Never sick a day in his life, Barney is fascinated by the m…
 
The show was sponsored by Anacin, but Bing Crosby opens with a plug for his sponsor, Chesterfield. Note: as a reminder, commercials are left in for entertainment purposes only. The Retro Radio Podcast does not endorse, or support the habit of smokeing. It's bad for you, don't do it. After the usual opening scene of murder, Mike Clancey and Mr Keen …
 
ernie Witman hosts, and introduces Lucky Millander as he plays. Next, the Charioteers read from the mail bag, then sing, Red River Valley. Butterfly McQueen talks to Ernie briefly before Judy Carol makes her appearance. Butterfly is eager to meet Rochester when he arrives later. Judy Carrol sings, Stormy Weather. Lucky plays, St. Louis Breakdown. R…
 
Despite the show title, the first song seems to be by the Roy Vargey Orchestra, Would You Like to Swing on a Star. Gary Moore introduces Jimmy who shows off his talent for jokes, and starting with a song. Roy Vargey finally gets to his song, Poor Little Rhode Island. He follows it with, Pico Pico. Gary Moore sings and jokes his way through the song…
 
Despite the show title, the first song seems to be by the Roy Vargey Orchestra, Would You Like to Swing on a Star. Gary Moore introduces Jimmy who shows off his talent for jokes, and starting with a song. Roy Vargey finally gets to his song, Poor Little Rhode Island. He follows it with, Pico Pico. Gary Moore sings and jokes his way through the song…
 
Judy talks with dad, and her brother Randolph about writing a fan letter to her favorite movie star, Joseph Cotton. Nobody understands her. Once she leaves, Randolph gets on the phone with a mysterious phone call. He explains to mom and dad about his prank that he has been pulling on Judy. Everytime Judy writes to Joseph Cotton, Randolph has a frie…
 
Judy talks with dad, and her brother Randolph about writing a fan letter to her favorite movie star, Joseph Cotton. Nobody understands her. Once she leaves, Randolph gets on the phone with a mysterious phone call. He explains to mom and dad about his prank that he has been pulling on Judy. Everytime Judy writes to Joseph Cotton, Randolph has a frie…
 
In today's Solidarity Fridays episode, Joe and Kyle sit down and talk about recent items in the news, and dive deep into analyzing 2 articles that are very critical of MAPS' involvement with the police, military, and government. They first discuss Canada-based nonprofit TheraPsil's recent win of four people with incurable cancer being granted the a…
 
The voyage is due for a setback as Carney gets locked up in prison. Ship master, Philip Carney recounts the events of their port of call in a Chinese harbor. The crew is tired, and in bad need of rest, and it makes Carney wonder if his recent cargo of genseng had been worth it. Especially when he is met at the dock, and told he is under arrest. Wit…
 
One reason that Connie Brooks and her landlady get along so well is due to cooperation, which Connie describes so well. Topics at the breakfast table include Mrs Davis substituting items to save money, Connie's late rent, and a recent rash of burglaries. Walter arrives with his own troubles with Harriot Conklin. Does she have a romantic interest on…
 
One reason that Connie Brooks and her landlady get along so well is due to cooperation, which Connie describes so well. Topics at the breakfast table include Mrs Davis substituting items to save money, Connie's late rent, and a recent rash of burglaries. Walter arrives with his own troubles with Harriot Conklin. Does she have a romantic interest on…
 
Get a feel for the busy streets of New York, as described by the picturesque speech of Richard Diamond. Despite his lighthearted banter, he's quick to let us know that his life is a lonely existance, and that trouble is his business. The hard boiled detective shows a little of his softer side when his girlfriend Hellen phones. She won't be jealous …
 
On this episode of the Main Street Author Podcast, I interview business mentor and author, Eran Stern. Eran is an author, highly-sought-after speaker, and renowned expert for creating meaningful change and transformation in people’s lives. He has extensive experience in coaching people to achieve ground breaking results. He is the author of the boo…
 
Playlist Wodie Herman - Woodchopper's Ball Dinah Shore - I Got Those Mad About Him Blues Andrews Sisters - In Apple Blossom Time Benny Goodman - Sing Sing Sing Tomm y Dorcey - I'll Never Smile Again. (Pied Pipers, 1939( Bing Crosby - Thanks Glenn Miller - Chatanooga Choo Choo. 1940 Benny Goodman - Sing Sing Sing, Part 2…
 
Philip is approached in his office by a wealthy client who has been having trouble with his son, and an undesireable woman. The previous detective who was hired has turned up missing. Philip's first job is finding the detective, and he does. The guy is alone in his office with a few bullet holes in him. With the serious tone set for the case, Phili…
 
Howard and Andrea are a married couple with problems. She insists on leaving him, but Howard has become a successful businessman on her wealth and refuses to let her have the divorce. Though he lets her have her way for now, he asks for a weekbefore she walks out. He spends the week looking into modern crime scene investigation, then calls on old f…
 
April 24, 1981. Miami County, Ohio. The body of a young woman wearing a buckskin poncho is discovered in a ditch alongside a remote road. She has been severely beaten and strangled to death, but since she carries no identification, she remains a Jane Doe and is given the nickname, “Buckskin Girl”. 37 years later, DNA analysis and genetic genealogy …
 
In today's episode, Joe speaks with spiritual coach, author, and creator of the upcoming High Together app, John Selby. Selby's most recent book is titled Cannabis for Couples: Enhance Intimacy and Elevate Your Relationship. Selby talks about how he got to where he is today, from signing up for a hypnosis research center at Princeton that turned ou…
 
Uniformed police officers are dispatched to respond, as captain Canelli offers the narration of the logistical operations pertaining to the surprise visit of the chief inspector. The captain talks with another officer about family matters, and Maine lobsters. Hey, cops are people too. A man comes in to talk with Captain Canelli about his apartment …
 
In an upscale suburb a knock comes to the door. A woman shouts that she hates the lady inside and shoots her down. Later Mrs Taylor, the shooter, goes to tell Mr Keen what she has done, but can't explain why she did it. Before that day Mrs Tayloyr has never seen the dead woman, Mrs Ellis, in her life. Mr Taylor is phoned by Mr Keen and only given t…
 
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