anxiety free living episode 2 john macarthur audio

anxiety free living episode 2 john macarthur audio

Be Part of the Family. Learn more. Stand With Us. Learn more Grace-to-You Grace-to-You. Later, Ralph's psychiatrist tells him that the episode was just a dream, but Ralph has a set of baseball cards that he brought back from his travel. Betty Field , Walter Matthau. When Harry learns about this, he pays her back the money by borrowing from his "friends".

A week later, Helen learns that Harry died to get the money for her. Bernie Pollack is a ceramics teacher at a summer camp, and is protective of Aaron Gold Gordon , a boy who dislikes athletics but loves sculpture. As Aaron has no other accomplishments, the camp's performance-driven owner Stern Maxwell orders that Bernie "finish" Aaron's sculpture of a one-armed knight to show off to Aaron's father.

Bernie adds the arm, which upsets Aaron deeply, because the statue is a tribute to Aaron's father, who only has one arm. Phyllis Thaxter , Zachary Scott. Miss Dent Thaxter was secretary to married Mr. Blake Scott , but was fired on the day after they had a liaison. After weeks of being avoided, Miss Dent finally corners Mr. Blake at gunpoint and holds him hostage through his train commute in order to talk to him so that she can move on.

Katherine Squire , Clu Gulager. Elderly Miss Lowen Squire learns from Detective Berger that her niece Margie has been exchanging romantic letters with convict Rod Collins Gulager for the past two years, and Collins has just escaped prison and may come for her. Unknown to all, Miss Lowen is the one who has been writing to Collins all along, using her niece's name.

Ricardo Montalban , Constance Ford. Tony Lorca Montalban is an outlaw who arrives at a small town during a blizzard. However, "Tony" is actually Pepe, the real Tony's brother. Tony died a year prior and Pepe has been pretending to be Tony in order to swindle people out of their money.

Gary Merrill , Patricia Breslin. Cash Bentley Merrill is a former champion hurdler who is bitter that his glory days have passed. Despite his wife Louise Breslin 's protests and Cash's physical limitations, Cash keeps racing whenever he is taunted by others.

One night, Cash gives Louise his gun and asks her to fire it so he can race one more time. Louise, unfamiliar with guns, accidentally shoots him. Small-time crook Larry Loggia gets a job with wealthy Stefan Bregornick Kuluva , who knew Larry's father and is an importer of stolen goods.

Larry's girlfriend Angie Dowling is angered at Larry's giving back the money, but Larry explains that he now has Bregornick's trust, and a bigger opportunity to steal will come his way soon. Barbara Bel Geddes , Alexander Scourby. Horace Meade's Scourby new wife Sybilla Bel Geddes is perfectly obedient and agrees to all his unconventional demands. Despite this, Horace grows uncomfortable with her and tries to poison her, but is mysteriously thwarted. Horace concludes that Sybilla knew about the poison and has made contingencies with her lawyer in case she dies, and his only choice is to keep her alive and healthy.

After 10 years of marriage, Sybilla dies of natural causes. Horace learns that there was no contingency plan, and he realizes that he truly loved her in the end. While browsing mugshots, elderly Alice Wagner Byington finds a photo of a man who looks like her beloved daughter's husband. She is assured by policeman Lt. Meade Dunne that it is a coincidence, but she is later shocked when both her daughter and son-in-law are revealed to be wanted criminals.

Sarah Marshall. Scatterbrained Mrs. Barrett Marshall conspires with her lover Philip to kill her husband James while he is away on a business trip. She mistakenly mails an incriminating letter about the murder plan to James, and frantically tries to get it back, but fails. Arthur Hill. Despite being tempted, he reports it in so that it can be returned to its owner, casino mogul Mr. Newsome kidnaps Benson's wife, demanding that Benson "return" the missing money. Ulrich is highly protective of Lisa and refuses to let the pair marry.

Dane leaves town heartbroken, and learns through a friend that Lisa has fallen seriously ill. When Dane returns, Ulrich has died of exhaustion from his work of "saving" Lisa by turning her into a clockwork automaton. Julie Adams , James Franciscus.

Not long after Phyllis and Ben Kendall Adams and Franciscus move into the house that they have bought from elderly Amelia Gastiell, their daughter Katie claims that she has made a new friend, "Lettie", whom her parents never see.

Phyllis suspects that Lettie is Lauretta Bishop, a Puritan girl who died in Claire Trevor , Biff Elliot. Meade's abandoned daughter Eileen as their own. Meade teams up with private investigator Phil Ames Elliot to kidnap Eileen, but it turns out to be a trap, as Phil is a friend of the Birdwells. Keenan Wynn , Jan Sterling. Joe and Wanda Ferlini Wynn and Sterling are a husband-and-wife escape artist act, though their marital relationship is strained.

When Joe performs a dangerous water escape, Wanda switches his keys, causing him to drown. However, at the funeral a coroner opens the coffin, revealing to the public that it is empty. Joe's agent privately arranged that Joe be buried somewhere secret as a final "escape", but due to the stunt, Wanda goes insane. Although Fred and von Croft believe that it is a regular horror film, Morty has reworked it as a horror parody, which embarrasses von Croft.

In revenge, von Croft dresses as a vampire and kills Morty before committing suicide. Dean Stockwell , Patricia Collinge. Billy Weaver Stockwell finds accommodations in the house of a friendly landlady Collinge. The landlady keeps referring to two other tenants, but Weaver never sees them. One day Weaver drinks a cup of tea prepared by his landlady and becomes completely immobile. The landlady has a hobby of collecting and stuffing her "pets", which include the tenants that she likes.

The two men meet, and the older and more sophisticated Cyril frames Eliot for beating Cyril up. Enid refuses to believe the truth and leaves Eliot for Cyril. Ernie Walters Torn is newly released from prison after serving six years for a crime that he was only just proven to be innocent of.

In order to get back at the detective and district attorney who convicted him, Ernie robs the tax office and leaves just enough "flaws" in his plan that the detective and DA suspect that he is the culprit, but are unable to pursue a case against him.

Claude Rains , Ed Gardner. The newest arrival at Father Amion's Rains church is Sheridan Gardner , a gambler who believes that prayer has caused his recent success at the horse races. Father Amion disapproves of gambling but, due to shortage of funds to fix the church, gives Sheridan his life savings on a "sure" winning horse.

Father Amion is quickly remorseful and prays that the horse lose instead. Sheridan returns with news that the horse just missed winning, and declares that he will stop gambling, which pleases Father Amion. However, Father Amion is surprised to get his money back with a little extra, because Sheridan put his bet on the horse to place , not to win.

Traveling salesman Leon Gorwald Fiedler is arrested for jaywalking in a small town and placed in jail with a suspected serial killer Jaeckel. The suspect escapes just before a lynch mob storms the prison, and Gorwald is mistakenly taken to be hanged, but is saved by the sheriff at the last moment. However, the escaped suspect was an innocent man, and Gorwald is the real killer.

Arnold McKay is controlled by his domineering but invalid wife, Elizabeth Fitzgerald. When the attractive Miss Greco Bower is hired as Elizabeth's nurse, she and Arnold begin an affair and slowly poison Elizabeth by overdosing her medicine. Before she can die, Elizabeth catches them kissing and fires Miss Greco. Elizabeth then hires an older woman to be her nurse, not knowing that the woman is Arnold's mother, who helps him continue to poison Elizabeth. Larry Gates , Myron McCormick.

Hollister Gates is curator of a small museum that displays trinkets and human remains. He is visited by Newton B. Clovis McCormick who claims to be an archaeo-psychologist.

Hollister tells him that the museum's collection was made by his son, Ben, who died after being erroneously convicted of first degree murder.

It is revealed that the modern skeleton in the museum belongs to the district attorney who convicted Ben, and Clovis is investigating that murder. Eileen Heckart , Don DeFore. Lucy Heckart has waited on her malingering mother her whole life, to the point where she is not allowed to get married. When Lucy's lover Arthur DeFore proposes for the last time, Lucy overdoses her mother's sleeping medicine successfully.

However, after Lucy marries Arthur, she discovers that Arthur's mother is exactly the same kind of demanding, malingering woman that her mother had been. Fred Sheldon Philips is a con artist who targets wealthy married women. His current con on Lisa Talbot Scala is threatened by private detective Alvin Moss Collins , who knows about his past. Fred murders Lisa's husband, but then learns that Moss was hired by Lisa, who used Fred to kill her husband. Peter Falk , Paul Hartman.

New York, Meyer Fine Falk is a casino owner with a crippling fear of death. When he makes a mistake that threatens his business, his former partners put a hit out on him.

Meyer is terrified of waiting for them to act, so he begs his loyal valet, John Hartman to help kill him first. Charlotte's current lover, Mark Cassidy , makes Charlotte accept so they can live on Howard's fortune when he dies. However, Howard lives on for years, and Mark marries someone else and has a son. Women when diagnosed as breast cancer suffer from psychological stress which leads to various psychiatric manifestations.

Of these depression is the most common. There is evidence that biological sequelae of depression such as hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal dysregulation may directly promote tumor growth. Objective: The Objective is to study the psychiatric morbidity and its relation with serum cortisol level in breast cancer patients.

Methods: This is a cross sectional study including 40 breast cancer patients and 40 healthy female. Two groups are evaluated for psychiatric morbidity by applying Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview Scale.

Out of 9 new cases 7 have psychiatric morbidity. Breast cancer patients also have higher levels of cortisol at baseline than controls. Newly diagnosed cases of breast cancer patients have higher cortisol level than old cases. Conclusion: The Results of the study indicate that breast cancer patients have high prevalence of psychiatric morbidity. The psychiatric morbidity is more in the newly diagnosed cases.

Results also reveal elevated cortisol level in the cancer patients specially in the newly diagnosed cases which may be due to physiologic stress associated with disease process, psychological stress associated with fear of cancer, or a combination of both. Key Words: Breast cancer, major depressive disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, cortisol.

It has been considered to be playing an important role in deciding success in varied professions including that of ours by helping in tackling problems and coping with negative emotions evoked in stressful situations.

Thus an assessment of EI in a group of recently passed out rural doctors would probably help us determine factors towards better patient- centred care. Materials And Methods: It was a comparative study where data was collected from randomly selected medical graduates working under 1 year compulsory rural service in dispensaries, MPHC's and PHC's 50 in total.

A control group was selected from post graduate students from Dibrugarh University. Emotional quotient as well as its three psychological dimensions- sensitivity, maturity and competency were assessed in both the groups and compared using the EQ Scale developed by Dr. Dalip Singh and Dr. NK Chadha. Results: It has been seen that the mean score of EI was greater in the study group than that of the control group. When the individual dimensions of EI- sensitivity, maturity and competency were compared between the study groups, a statistically significant p-value of 0.

No significance was found when the dimensions of sensitivity and maturity were considered. Discussion: The explanation for a higher competency may be attributed to tackling emotional upsets, high self-esteem, tactful response to emotional stimuli, and handling egoism. However, this study has not been reported in any literature and thus it is required to be validated by other researchers too.

Deepaligul Rediffmail. Introduction: Psychiatric illnesses are shrouded in the clouds of stigma and misconceptions in our country. Even in the era of the internet, printed media are still among the most frequently identified sources of mental health information. Many studies have shown that this information is frequently negative and contributes to stigmatization of people with mental illness. This stigma and lack of awareness among people owes to great extent to the nature and extent of coverage of issues related to mental health in the print media.

Is the picture any different in developed nations like the US or the UK, where there is greater awareness of psychiatric problems in the society? This is the question we set out to answer in our study. Objectives: We Aimed at finding out the extent and nature of coverage of issues related to mental health in newspapers over a one year period in a prospective study.

We Aimed to compare the coverage in a leading national newspaper of our country the times of india and a leading newspaper of the United States the new york times. Methods: All items related to mental health were identified by searching for from the online editions of a leading newspaper of our country The Times of India and a leading newspaper of the united states The New York Times over a one year period ending November 30, The process of identification and analysis was carried out by a team of two psychiatrists.

Results: The Results of the study will be discussed at the conference as the study is currently underway. Nagar, Andheri west , Mumbai, Maharastra. Evidence about their hazards needs to be broadly disseminated and misconceptions answered.

Medical professionals are in a unique position to spread awareness because they have access to the journals, have personally witnessed the suffering of people and because they are regarded to be authority in this field.

What was done: Students of a medical college MGIMS, Sewagram , were appealed to participate in a time bound awareness drive of 1 month; in which they would be conducting awareness talks near the hospital wards, for patients and their relatives, during evenings after routine college hours or on Sundays. The issue was discussed in detail with the students who came forward to volunteer. Soft copy of compiled information was emailed to them and they were encouraged to study other resources as well.

To help them prepare and feel confident, 1st health talk was presented by a faculty member. This talk was recorded and uploaded on you-tube so that students can review it. Later students started presenting in groups and distributed pamphlets after the talks, to enable the audience to revise and pass-on the message. Conclusion: This model of conducting health talks in hospital premises itself using the collective energies of the large skilled manpower in a medical institution, can take health awareness effectively to a large number of people in a time-efficient and cost-effective way.

Also, the experience is immensely satisfying and enriching for the participating volunteers. Quality of life QoL is increasingly being recognised as an important outcome measure in alcohol dependence syndrome. QoL may depend on various factors including drinking variables, period of abstinence, psychiatric co-morbidity amongst others.

Current study Aims to study the QoL in patients with dual diagnosis. They were assessed using a specially designed proforma for socio-demographic and drinking variables, psychiatric co-morbidity was assessed with Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview 5. Results were calculated using SPSS All subjects were male, with mean age of Psychiatric comorbidity was present in 32 patients. There were significant difference between two groups in physical Background: A woman's desire to bear children may surpass the most extreme of situations and mothers with mental illness are no exception.

Most women with severe mental illness in the current era of better treatment options are becoming mothers. However, little is known about their own experiences in this regard and the extent to which their needs are met by mental health professionals. Method: The study used a qualitative design with social constructivist paradigm. Data was collected through face to face in-depth semi-structured interviews in a purposive sample of 20 mothers with SMI.

After verbatim transcription, inductive thematic analysis was used to explore transcripts. Results: The varied experiences were arranged along the pre and post pregnancy timelines.

In each of them the overarching categories were feelings about the child, impact of illness, unmet needs and caregiver reaction. Conclusion: Women who are mothers and also users of mental health services do prize motherhood though facing special challenges in managing the contradictory aspects of their dual identity.

Hearing their voices is essential for service provision and ensuring adequate their special needs. Strategies to understand and address their unmet needs are critical for the well-being of both mother and child. Department of psychiatry, Govt. Medical College, Alappuzha. Background: Religion and spirituality seems to offer valuable benefits to patients living with and recovering from Schizophrenia. Patients suffering from Schizophrenia often report that religion is source of strength and resilience in their life even though the role of religion in mental illness remains understudied.

Aim and Objective: To know the usefulness of spirituality and religiousness in coping during remission in Schizophrenia patients. Methodology: Hospital based cross sectional study in the Department of psychiatry, Govt. Procedure: Clinically diagnosed patients with schizophrenia obtained by consecutive sampling were screened with PANSS to collect cases in remission. All the scales were applied in a single setting after taking written consent from the patient as well as care giver.

Following tests are used:. It signifies the importance of spirituality domains in coping mechanism during remission of Schizophrenia. Conclusion: Understanding and assessing the spirituality and religiousness of subjects with schizophrenia can help in better management of the disorder.

Neuropsychiatric disorders in Parkinson's disease PD have greater impact on the health status and quality life of patients compared to the motor symptoms. However there is a scarcity of literature from India focusing on neuropsychiatric disorders in PD.

Results: Patients with Major Depression had significantly higher family history of psychiatric illness, performed poorly in activities of daily living, had greater severity of motor symptoms, more dyskinesias and clinical fluctuations with treatment as compared to those without depression. Family Talk Dr. James Dobson. Focal Point Pastor Mike Fabarez. Focus on the Family Jim Daly. From His Heart Dr. Jeff Schreve. Martyn Lloyd-Jones. Today's Broadcast: The Obedience of Christ. Grace to You John MacArthur.

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Love Worth Finding Adrian Rogers. Part 2. New Life Live! Steve Arterburn. Some evidently think so. The saturation in today's world of television, movies, and other forms of visual media has had an adverse effect on our ability to listen, think, and reason. It's as if the entire society is suffering from attention deficit disorder. Sadly, many preachers decided to make major accommodations to the appetites of a generation weaned on media and entertainment; but they left biblical preaching behind.

It's become common in every tier of society to pit doctrine against practice, as if right doctrine has no real significance in day to day life. In the ivory tower and on the street, ethics, social justice, and reducing our carbon footprint are the new vogue. But how do we as Christians approach the society and culture if our concepts of ethics and justice are not tethered to doctrines from the Bible?

Some blame the Jews, others the Romans. But who is really responsible for Jesus' death? Many Christian counselors are guilty of ignoring the divine Counselor. It's time to rediscover His role. Having trouble taking the gospel to postmodern people?

Follow Paul's method of evangelism — they'll get the message. John MacArthur discusses the marks and the chief ambition of a good soldier of Christ Jesus. What makes a Christian minister successful: far-reaching influence, captivating oratorical delivery, soaring attendance figures at his church?

John MacArthur takes you back to God's Word to find out what a true servant of Christ looks like and how God will judge him in the end. Some Christians dismiss environmental concerns as needless distractions. Others are ready to ban SUVs and live earth-friendly lifestyles.

So where does John MacArthur stand on environmentalism? Jesus once told an inquiring lawyer that loving God with heart, soul, and mind is the greatest commandment. If someone preached a sermon I wrote, and many in Latin America do, I would be honored, not threatened. I care about lost souls and edifying the body of Christ. I think it is about ME and MY hard work.

In reality, I should be so grateful that God gave me a platform where others actually want to multiply my efforts. If I put 20 hours in to developing a message and others can help me get more mileage out of it, I am ecstatic!

My time really paid off! And, I had an opportunity to be blessing to others. Otherwise, I forget I am on the same team fighting the real enemy of our souls. Usually, when I read these types of articles, it is by very well-known Christian leaders who feel the profitability of their business is being threatened, but they are savvy in their choice of words.

I believe this is truly grieving to the Father. Completely agree Steven! It is not so much that I need to be impressive in my communication. It is more about giving my sheep the best food I can find. I could put in 20 hours a week in sermon prep but I believe that stewardship of my time means that I invest and use the rest to care for our staff and our church.

Honestly, my larger concern is that there is a trend in the church for leaders to be more authors and artists than pastors. I wonder if we should take out Proverbs since the writer uses material from ancient literature that pre-dates its writing. Of course not! I appreciate you injecting common sense leadership perspective. Blessings my friend! Thanks to both Michael and David, both of you had excellent points.

I believe that using ghost writers is nothing more than legal plagiarism and totally negates one of the main points of the original article, that each pastor should put in the sweat and tears to earn their own paycheck with an original message, instead of, God forbid, taking advantage of research already done by others, because, of course, if I do it myself, it makes it more valid. Of course, I am not going to defend getting up and reading verbatim what someone else preached, but how many do that?

Aside from ethical issues, that is not even practical or effective, but if it were effective and people were blessed, why not give glory to God for that revelation that was extended and used to bless others instead of worrying about getting credit?

Besides, I could not be an Andy Stanley, no matter how I preached his message. I will never be Andy Stanley, or anyone else but me. That is nothing more but one more myth to promote the next how-to course.

When the ministry becomes a business, we forget we all have the same Father. What is it? Are they really that needy for getting credit from a brother in the Lord? And you do know that plagiarism is illegal, right? God is the giver of every good thing according to the scripture. Amen brother. That is why I stay away from sermons by these types of guys. There are plenty of great preachers who are honored that their messages are being carried on and multiplied by others, just like Paul taught Timothy in 2 Timothy 2.

Nothing is new here on earth…If you are born again why worry about people taking what you think is yours. You will die and the best you have to work out is that your message has saved many souls. Pride is what you are in brother. Release what you have and do what you are doing for the Lord not personal glory… The bible has it all. If we do this work for ourselves then we have no reward.

I know that many people dont study the word but if you do study and some take it up and save many souls give glory to God thats God at work. You plant and the other water and our harvest will be great. If you dont want your messages to be copied by people, let them not biblical, dont even put them on internet and dont preach them, keep them to yourself.

Otherwise i like people copying the messages i preach…they are not mine…. Not verbatim of course. I am a avid reader and as a result, many of these ideas find heir way to one of my sermons.

Many of the mega church pastors sells their sermons in hopes that they will be used. Some people write with more originality than others. Any great sermon starts in the heart of God and that is a great place to begin. I work to be creative every week, never preach a message ver batim and write my own thoughts. But my thoughts do stem at times from whatever I have read. Friends we are all this together. Any message that chcamges lives does so because God is in it. So I think we need to lighten up in this topic.

As far as a blog is concerned, copying it word for word and posting it under your name is just plain wrong. So what is the difference?

Putting your name on something and claiming it as yours is plagiarism. Preaching a sermon and using ideas someone has presented it generally acceptable in my opinion. I have seen this post before and believe Carrie should move on to another topic.

I agree David! I know Furtick has one he applied for a job at a church I used to work at. If someone gets famous speaking what other people have written, is that not the same principle. Or could we say that if the Kingdom is advanced and people find and grow in Jesus — none of it really matters.

Thank you. I am a new pastor of 4 months and I am glad to know there are other pastors that feel the same as I do. Here in Brazil we preach about sermons a year, so it is very difficult to be original. But we do not have to be. And as you said, integrity is everything. Hot tourist growth is putting pressure on the Phu Quoc residence market but opens the golden opportunity for real estate investors to be sensitive to the market.

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So I am guessing that your saying that all the pastors that are using ghost writers are really not telling the truth. Maybe we should be careful in our judgement upon others. After all as one of the greatest men of God that I know said these great words. Just saying that we should be very careful. Years ago we attended a church in a different state, and the pastor preached a Max sermon word for word even down to the key illustration which was based on a local thing in San Antonio…but he adapted that part as if it had occurred to him locally.

As a hearer, it felt very dishonest. Had he attributed it and preached it it would have been fine. It really was a great sermon, and one of the few I remember to this day. That pastor really destroyed his credibility, which is another danger.

Ha ha ha ha Great Blog post about copying blog posts! May I share this? Oh my! Do you not want it to reach as many people as possible? Look at it this way… somebody taught you. And somebody taught them and so on. Most pastors have around 50 sermons or so that they rehash every year… but a lot of pastors are relating what they have been taught in the past. You can only know this through discernment, not by lazy plagiarism. And if it is a word for your community, why not acknowledge it as a matter of your own integrity?

And this should be so for pastors, who have an extra reason to behave ethically — their calling from God. If you preach a sermon verbatim and act like it was your own work, then that is stealing and a lie. Stealing and lying is sin. Many lay leaders teach small groups with prepackaged study guides like in Sunday School classes. We generally call these leaders facilitators. At least we know where they get most if not all of their material. The pastor of the church and any person who regularly preaches should be studying the Bible and not spending precious time on copying sermons from others.

I am not a pastor, Andrew. Does being a pastor or simply being a member of the body of Christ matter in this regard? I have been a Sunday School teacher and have led small groups. I have preached a few sermons as a lay leader in the church. When I used material that was written by someone else, I would give them credit. Remember the message you can preach is not your message. Pearly gates? Has anyone ever been to heaven and returned with insider information Find the answers to these and many other questions!

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Are you not of more value than they? Sufficient for the day is its own trouble. For the gate is wide and the way is easy [ q ] that leads to destruction, and those who enter by it are many. It is immaterial, spiritual, and heavenly. We were made for His glory. We were made to serve His glory, to serve His purpose, to honor Him, to bring attention to Him, to proclaim the gospel, to live out Christ and the power of the Spirit in the world. That kind of thinking tends to make you rich toward God and to put your treasure in heaven rather than here.

That is to say that everything you have comes from God. They neither sow nor reap, they have no storeroom nor barn, and yet God feeds them. Oh, they give God glory. They manifest His creative power and His immense love of beauty and design. But they have no spiritual value. They hatch and fly around a little while and disappear.

And yet God feeds them. This is about the idea that somehow you control the length of your life, okay? Which of you, by being anxious, is going to add a single cubit to his lifespan? You have to see that cubit is used here sort of metaphorically or analogically. A cubit is a measurement from the elbow to the end of the fingers, about 18 inches. They use this as a unit, a unit of measure.

One cubit would be a unit of measure in ancient times. People in our world today are consumed with this idea of health. We all get sold on this. And everything we eat, you know, has this graph of percentages and amounts of all these things. You decode everything you eat. Who cares whether you add life to your pre-determined plan by God?

You want to take care of yourself. The optimum of my life has been determined by God. But most young people are listening to rock 'n' roll. Episode Guide.

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