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The World and The whole lot in It: March 17, 2023


Mar 17, 2023

PREROLL: The World and The whole lot in It is made potential by listeners like me. My title is Tim Smith and I’ve been listening to this system for about 4 years day-after-day whereas I drive for work in southern California. I dwell with my spouse Lisa and our 9 kids, and I used to be motivated to report this preroll after I heard a pricey buddy of our household, Molly from Blaine, Washington, report a preroll of her personal. Hello Molly! We hope you get pleasure from in the present day’s program.

MYRNA BROWN, HOST: Good morning!

At this time on Tradition Friday legislation college students exhibit contempt of courtroom, or no less than contempt for an invited federal decide from a U.S. appeals courtroom.


EICHER, HOST: Proper, that and a woke lecture from the dean of range at Stanford. We’ll speak about it with John Stonestreet.

Additionally what films are price watching this week? WORLD’s Colin Garbarino recommends skipping the theater to observe one among three films streaming this weekend.

LORETTA: Who do you suppose our readers are? And that’s simply it, why would anyone go round killing three no person ladies?

EICHER: And Phrase Play with George Grant.

BROWN: It’s Friday, March seventeenth. That is The World and The whole lot in It from listener-supported WORLD Radio. I’m Myrna Brown.

EICHER: And I’m Nick Eicher. Good morning!

BROWN: Up subsequent, Kent Covington with in the present day’s information.

KENT COVINGTON, NEWS ANCHOR: For WORLD Radio, I am Kent Covington.

UN report on Russian conflict crimes » The United Nations says Russia has dedicated crimes towards humanity in Ukraine.

A UN panel unveiled a brand new report on Thursday after an extended investigation.

Erik Mose is chairman of that panel. He mentioned Russia’s offenses embrace:

ERIK MOSE: Extreme incidental dying, harm or injury, wilful killings, torture, rape.

The U.N. investigators did observe what they deemed a “small quantity” of violations by Ukrainian forces.

Investigators will current to U.N. authorities an inventory of people they imagine are accountable for conflict crimes in Ukraine.

Drone video » Footage launched by the Pentagon exhibits a Russian jet dumping gas on a U.S. surveillance drone simply earlier than the drone crashed into the Black Sea.

White Home Nationwide Safety Spokesman John Kirby:

JOHN KIRBY: It’s clear that it was aggressive flying, reckless flying, that they have been dumping gas and that they struck the drone, these three factors have been clear.

The video exhibits a fighter jet dropping gas on the drone twice. The second time, it appears to have hit a propeller blade, forcing the drone out of the sky.

Pentagon Press Secretary Normal Pat Ryder:

PAT RYDER: The USA doesn’t search battle with Russia, we don’t search escalation with Russia and so we’re going to proceed to remain targeted on our main mission within the Ukraine space which is supporting Ukraine in it’s battle.

Gen. Mark Milley says the gas dump was seemingly intentional, however it’s unclear whether or not Russia meant to take it down.

Poland fighter jets » Poland is ready to be the primary Western nation to produce fighter jets to Ukraine.

WORLD’s Anna Johansen Brown studies.

ANDRZEJ DUDA: (Talking Polish) 

ANNA JOHANSEN BROWN: Polish President Andrzej Duda on Thursday introduced plans to ship no less than a dozen or so MiG-29s.

Kyiv has been urgently requesting fighter jets for months.

Poland additionally was the primary NATO nation to supply Ukraine with German-made Leopard 2 tanks.

The Polish authorities this week mentioned another nations additionally had pledged MiGs to Kyiv, however didn’t title them. The USA nonetheless has no instant plans to produce fighter jets.

The White Home mentioned Poland’s choice to produce the fighter jets is a sovereign choice and lauded the Poles for persevering with to—quote—“punch above their weight” in helping Kyiv.

For WORLD, I’m Anna Johansen Brown.

Uranium lacking in Libya » The UN’s nuclear watchdog says some 2.5 tons of pure uranium have gone lacking from a web site in war-torn Libya.

Pure uranium can not instantly be used for bomb gas because it first should be enriched.

However every ton of pure uranium — within the flawed arms with enough expertise might be refined into 12 kilos of weapons-grade materials.

Forces allied with a warlord battling the Libyan authorities claimed final night time that they recovered the fabric. UN inspectors mentioned they have been making an attempt to verify that report. 

France pensions » Prime French leaders are taking an unpopular stand for financial reform. WORLD’s Josh Schumacher has extra.

ELISABETH BORNE: (Talking French)

JOSH SCHUMACHER: French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne invoked a particular constitutional energy to push via a pension reform invoice minutes earlier than parliament was set to vote on it.

The invoice would elevate the nationwide retirement age from 62 to 64.

President Emmanuel Macron says with out the change the nation’s social safety funds will run out by 2035.

The transfer has sparked protests all through the nation. Opposition leaders within the authorities are shifting to dam the invoice by submitting a no-confidence movement.

Passing that movement requires approval by greater than half of the Nationwide Meeting.

For WORLD, I’m Josh Schumacher.

 Treasury Secretary listening to about banks » Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is working to calm the nerves of jittery financial institution depositors and traders, declaring

JANET YELLEN: That our banking system is sound and that Individuals can really feel assured that their deposits might be there once they want them.

Yellen testifying to the Senate Finance Committee days after the collapse of two regional banks. The federal authorities insures financial institution deposits as much as $250,000. However the Biden administration is backstopping each penny of deposits in these banks.

The highest Republican on the committee, Senator Mike Crapo instructed Yellen:

MIKE CRAPO: I’m involved concerning the precedent of guaranteeing all deposits and the market expectation shifting ahead.

Some fear that might encourage dangerous conduct by banks with the idea that Uncle Sam will present a security internet.

By the point her testimony was over, one other main establishment, First Republic Financial institution, acquired an emergency infusion of $30 billion in deposits from 11 banks, based on Treasury to keep away from a 3rd financial institution failure.

Florida heartbeat legislation » State legislators in Florida have launched a invoice that will shield unborn kids from abortion in practically each case. WORLD’s Elias Ferenczy has extra.

ELIAS FERENCZY: Present Florida legislation permits abortion within the first 15 weeks of being pregnant.

The brand new proposal would shield the unborn after six weeks of gestation besides in circumstances of rape or incest, when the 15-week restrict would apply.

The invoice would additionally stop the U.S. Postal Service and different corporations from delivery abortion tablets by mail, and it might limit the state of Florida from providing funds to assist ladies journey out of state for an abortion.

The invoice is predicted to be accredited by the legislature and signed into legislation.

For WORLD, I’m Elias Ferenczy.

I’m Kent Covington.

Straight forward: Tradition Friday with John Stonestreet. Plus, the hymn author who taught Puritans how you can sing. That is The World and The whole lot in It.

MYRNA BROWN, HOST: It’s the seventeenth day of March 2023.

Glad to have you ever alongside for in the present day’s version of The World and The whole lot in It. Good morning, I’m Myrna Brown.

NICK EICHER, HOST: And I am Nick Eicher. It is Tradition Friday!

Becoming a member of us now’s John Stonestreet, the President of the Colson Heart and host of the Breakpoint Podcast. John, good morning.


EICHER: Properly, John, I am slightly late to this social gathering. However after I lastly did handle to look into that incident at Stanford Regulation College, I assumed it was undoubtedly price mentioning right here, although it is slightly bit late.

In brief, the story is {that a} federal appeals courtroom decide by the title of Stuart Kyle Duncan, he is a conservative Trump appointed decide on the Fifth Circuit Courtroom of Appeals, the college invited him to talk to a legislation college class. However as a substitute of behaving as one would hope that elite legislation college students would behave, they got here as a substitute with indicators and shouts of protests, let’s have a take heed to a little bit of the chaos.


EICHER: So that you hear him ask for an administrator to attempt to take management of the state of affairs. And what he acquired was a ready lecture from the dean of range, fairness and inclusion. She spoke for round seven minutes studying from ready remarks concerning the decide’s abhorrent rulings that make college students really feel unsafe. However she did come round to specific help for the decide’s freedom to talk and that she hoped his feedback can be useful sufficient to justify the entire hurt and trauma that his presence on the college was inflicting. Let me play a short edited clip of that.

SCHOOL DEAN: We imagine that the way in which to handle speech that feels abhorrent, that feels dangerous, that actually denies the humanity of individuals, that a technique to do this is with extra speech and never much less. And once more, I nonetheless ask is the juice well worth the squeeze?


You probably have one thing so extremely essential to say, that that’s price this influence on the division of those individuals.

EICHER: So then it calmed down sufficient, however the protest wasn’t over. Earlier than the decide spoke, he watched as quite a few college students made a ultimate show of disrespect by strolling out.

There you have got it, our future legal professionals and judges.

STONESTREET: Properly, it is not an remoted incident, proper? I imply, we keep in mind what occurred to probably the most embellished attorneys, no less than when it comes to arguing on the Supreme Courtroom alive proper now, which is, in fact, Kristin Waggoner, of the Alliance Defending Freedom has argued now a number of circumstances earlier than the US Supreme Courtroom, she had the identical remedy at Yale College, possibly even slightly bit worse. After all, in case you’re shopping for into the classes of DEI, she ought to have been granted slightly extra quarter since you already know, she is a girl. And that may be a class that ought to have been handled in another way based on their very own requirements. And she or he wasn’t as a result of once more, you do not depend, I suppose, as a type of oppressed teams except you agree with the worldview of oppression that will get imposed. Right here, although, we’re speaking, as you mentioned, a few federal decide. That is superb. And each of those teams, each college students, and this dean of range, fairness and inclusion, are presupposed to be grownups. You understand, it is one factor while you’re speaking about faculty college students, and you’ll argue for prolonged adolescence, and you already know, hey, they’re solely 19 or 20. And, you already know, they’re younger and idealistic. These are legislation college students, you already know, they’re, they’re faculty grads, they’re engaged on superior levels, they no less than theoretically, have achieved some extent of impartial and significant considering. And what they have been uttering and what they have been yelling was nonsensical. However in fact, what the dean of range, fairness and inclusion mentioned was additionally nonsensical. And I am not simply saying that is a bizarre analogy she saved utilizing about, about an orange being well worth the squeeze or no matter, that was simply type of bizarre. However simply the concept, for instance, that due to an opinion, following his understanding of the legislation, it has precipitated precise hurt. The speaking out of either side of her mouth about permitting somebody to talk and never permitting somebody to talk, I imply, it was simply infantile. And naturally, that’s what occurs while you de-emphasize important thought and also you emphasize emotions and also you emphasize expertise. That is what you are left with is that this takes the place of thought, assertions take the place of arguments, assumptions take the place of causes. And it is nearly, you already know, blinded. I did admire that no less than the college itself, I imagine, if I noticed that accurately issued an apology on behalf of the Regulation College. Good for them. I doubt that there might be any form of penalties for this Dean. But when this can be a dean at a legislation college, how foolish and actually unhappy. And once more, these are the individuals, you already know, future clerks, future attorneys, future judges. And it type of underscores the significance that concepts have penalties, they will have actual penalties and our skill to know actually essential ideas for our tradition, like justice and reality and goal and that means. So, yeah, and once more, it’s one incident, however these incidents proceed so as to add up and is one other instance of it is not occurring, after which it is occurring.

EICHER: Yeah. And by the way in which, there was an official apology, John, from the President of Stanford and the Dean of the Regulation College. I’ve bought it in entrance of me right here. It notes that the coverage of the college is to help the correct to protest, however not disrupt. They gently criticize that DEI Dean for failing to implement college coverage, and intervening as a substitute in inappropriate methods. Now, this should have been a reference to the scolding lecture that we talked about that she gave to the decide.

However only a fast followup. Brad Littlejohn at WORLD Opinions made this level I’d like so that you can reply to. He wrote about this incident and mentioned this disruption is the results of the scholars’ rising up in a world with out boundaries. He writes: They’ve been given content material “designed to feed them materials they already like and agree with, and skilled to reply to obnoxious concepts by scrolling previous, tapping ‘Mute’ or ‘Block,’ or else ranting cathartically at a faceless opponent whose emotions might be ignored. They’ve been habituated to devour data via feeds of 15-second movies, not the 1,500-word rational arguments which are the lawyer’s every day fare.”

STONESTREET: I truly simply made the identical level to a bunch of younger professionals that I used to be talking to that social media, it is form of catechized and popularized this mind-set about individuals who disagree as being dangerous, and as individuals who want to truly be silenced. If that argument is certainly true, although, then this isn’t an issue merely at Stanford College. It was simply two weeks in the past, the place a excerpt from a e-book on sexuality from a Christian writer created a Twitter firestorm and which disagreement shortly devolved into attacking a person one who clearly had no in poor health will or in poor health intent, and in some ways, was not saying something that church fathers had been saying for years, however was thought-about to be dangerous, and enabling abuse. And never that I agree with essentially the theological arguments that have been made within the piece. However the response appeared to be actually just like the ranting and raving, and the anger and the claiming of hurt being carried out. And the demand that primarily this particular person’s profession be over that was made by so many. And I am not saying that everybody that had professional disagreements with the piece behaved that means, as a result of they did not, however in a short time, all of it grew to become this snowball that was designed to overrun this particular person. And you already know, like each Twitter storm, it lasted for 72 hours, and went away. However for this pastor, this writer, these three days, modified the course of his life. And do we actually suppose that is what was deserved in that state of affairs? So I feel that there no less than must be a willingness for these within the Christian neighborhood to see one thing like this Stanford incident as a mirror and say, The place are we at on this?

BROWN: Properly, John, subsequent month athletes from all over the world will compete within the oldest annual marathon – The Boston Marathon. This 12 months it turns into the third out of the six WORLD Marathon Majors to announce a being pregnant deferral coverage.

WORLD’s Lillian Hamman wrote about this in WORLD Digital. We’ll hyperlink to it in in the present day’s transcript.

The brand new coverage permits feminine athletes to submit a request as shut as 14 days earlier than the race to defer entry for as much as two years. Now some detractors are questioning the brand new coverage, asking why deferrals must be allowed for being pregnant as a substitute of accidents and sicknesses.

Now, John, possibly this is not only a sports activities story, possibly it is about marathon leaders behaving the way in which you’d need them to behave, you already know, serving to pregnant ladies. So after the unfavorable dialog about faculty campuses, you already know, I wish to ask you, are you inspired, however each time I requested you that, you say “No.”

STONESTREET: Hey, that is not true! I imply, I am inspired that there is a sports activities physique that acknowledges there’s such a factor as ladies. You understand, I do not know if that is going to show round, and they will have, you already know, males, claiming to be, you already know, ladies after which claiming to be pregnant. I imply, we do have loads of males in public boards, claiming to menstruate and every kind of bizarre issues. So who is aware of? However, and I imply, organic males not anyway, maintaining these classes straight. So let me simply return to reply your query. All proper. Sure, considerably encouraging. However there are some unbelievable tales concerning the energy of ladies and the way this speaks, particularly to the truth that being pregnant shouldn’t be a illness. And the truth that they don’t seem to be treating it the identical is absolutely essential. And we must always encourage that it by no means will get handled the identical, as a result of how usually is it handled the identical? And we’ve a former president saying that being pregnant is a punishment on a younger life, we have had loads of our bodies say that to not permit a girl to finish a being pregnant is to take away healthcare. So in different phrases, identical to it is a remedy of illness, it will get talked about as a illness again and again and over much more than that, I feel, in so many various methods, good, important organic realities of how ladies are made are pathologized as issues to be solved, as issues to be overcome. And this can be a factor that we must always have a good time as a lot and as usually as we are able to, and uphold it that means.

EICHER: John Stonestreet is president of the Colson Heart and host of the Breakpoint podcast … thanks, John!

STONESTREET: Thanks each.

MYRNA BROWN, HOST: At this time is Friday, March seventeenth.

Thanks for turning to WORLD Radio to assist begin your day.

Good morning. I’m Myrna Brown.

NICK EICHER, HOST: And I’m Nick Eicher.

Coming subsequent on The World and The whole lot in It: newly out there films.

It’s the weekend, so possibly you’re searching for one thing new to observe. Right here’s Collin Garbarino with a rundown in your choices each on the theater and on streaming.


COLLIN GARBARINO: This weekend, the one new film in huge launch is DC Studios’ Shazam! Fury of the Gods. It’s the sequel to 2019’s Shazam! Actor Zachary Levi returns as a teenage child who transforms right into a superhero by uttering the magic phrase “shazam.” On this film, our hero battles imposter syndrome and a few Greek goddesses known as the Daughters of Atlas.

HESPERA: You play the a part of a person, however you’re a misplaced boy. Give us the powers or we are going to annihilate all the pieces.

Helen Mirren and Lucy Liu play the unhealthy guys, however there’s not a lot motivation for his or her wickedness. Simply generic supervillain stuff.

SHAZAM: Look, I won’t have as a lot expertise as you as a result of I’m not like tremendous outdated. However I’ve seen the entire Quick and the Livid films and it’s all about household. Household! Guys, that was the sign!

The movie has some amusing scenes, however it’s no less than half an hour too lengthy. We’ve seen generic cityscapes get demolished in comparable methods too many occasions earlier than. The film’s PG-13 for some pointless language, and there’s additionally the compulsory LGBT field checking.

DC Studios will quickly reboot its total franchise. Until you’re searching for a senseless popcorn flick, you received’t wish to spend your film {dollars} on this sequel.

However you don’t want to move to the theater to see one thing new this weekend.

For adults who benefit from the true-crime style, Boston Strangler debuts in the present day on Hulu.

The movie stars Keira Knightley and Carrie Coon as Loretta McLaughlin and Jean Cole—the feminine journalists who broke the story 60 years in the past.

LORETTA: Jack. I feel I discovered one thing. Three ladies have been strangled over the past two weeks.

JACK: I don’t see the curiosity. These are nobodies.

LORETTA: Who do you suppose our readers are? And that’s simply it, why would anyone go round killing three no person ladies?

Boston Strangler is a fairly good film that explores the dynamic between journalists and police and the way every manages public notion.

All however one of many 13 Boston Strangler circumstances are nonetheless unresolved, permitting the movie to create its personal tackle what actually occurred. There’s some hypothesis and hedging within the film, however its clarification appears fairly believable.

Delicate viewers will wish to keep away from Boston Strangler. It’s rated R for disturbing scenes and a few unhealthy language. Nevertheless it manages to depict its heavy subject material with a good quantity of restraint.

For the youngsters, however, Puss in Boots: The Final Want not too long ago arrived on the Peacock streaming service. Antonio Banderas as soon as once more voices the swashbuckling feline from the Shrek films.

PUSS IN BOOTS: Calm down! I’m Puss in Boots. I chuckle at dying. [laughs] You see? And anyway, I’m a cat. I’ve 9 lives.

DOCTOR: And what number of occasions have you ever died already?

PUSS IN BOOTS: Uh. I don’t know. I didn’t depend it. I’m probably not a math man, you already know.

Puss wasted his first eight lives, and he turns into afraid of dropping his final one. He enlists assist from outdated and new pals to assist him discover a wishing star that may restore his misplaced lives.

Like different movies within the Shrek franchise, Puss in Boots: The Final Want pushes the boundaries of its PG score with impolite humor and delicate language. Youthful children may also discover the motion slightly scary.

Puss in Boots: The Final Want is likely to be a sequel to a derivative of a sequel, however I feel it’s the very best animated characteristic movie of 2022—not that 2022 was an amazing 12 months for animated characteristic movies.


For a quiet and all spherical nice viewing expertise, I’ll as soon as once more advocate Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris which simply hit Amazon’s Prime Video this week.

It’s an exquisite film a few working-class girl from London who takes a visit to Paris to purchase an extravagantly costly robe from the Home of Dior.

MRS. HARRIS: Oh. Excuse me, pricey. The place would I discover the frocks?

MRS. COLBERT: I concern you have got the flawed tackle, madame. I’ll name somebody to indicate you the way in which.

MRS. HARRIS: No, no, no. Sorry. I’m… I’m after a frock. One in every of them 500-pound ones.

MRS. COLBERT: Please, in case you might wait over right here, somebody will attend you straight.

Alongside the way in which she modifies many individuals’s lives for the higher together with her acts of selfless kindness. It is a modern-day fairy story wherein Mrs. Harris manages to play each Cinderella and Fairy Godmother on the similar time.

Mrs Harris Goes to Paris is rated PG, however mother and father ought to observe that about midway via the film, Mrs. Harris’s French pals take her to a cabaret that options bikini-clad dancing women. For probably the most half although, it’s the type of film households can get pleasure from collectively.

I’m Collin Garbarino.

MYRNA BROWN, HOST: And I’m Myrna Brown.

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NICK EICHER, HOST: And I’ll go to dad mode and say, this can be a fantastic alternative for you … it’s essential be excited about your future. And right here’s one thing Dad can be paying particular consideration to: in case you’re accepted, you’ll be getting a full-ride scholarship. Take into consideration that? Tuition, lined. Room and board, lined. So get on over to W-J-I-dot-WORLD and apply in the present day.

MYRNA BROWN, HOST: Now I’ve heard David Bahnsen sufficient to know this may occasionally sound like a free lunch … it’s not. It’s because of beneficiant donors who’re making this potential. And the applying is a activity, so please don’t put it off. W-J-I-dot-WORLD. And I hope to see you there!

EICHER: Me, too!

BROWN: Time now for Phrase Play for the month of March. At this time, we spotlight a hymn author generally known as the daddy of English hymnody. Right here’s George Grant.

GEORGE GRANT, COMMENTATOR: Isaac Watts wrote greater than a thousand hymns and psalm settings together with O God, Our Assist in Ages Previous, After I Survey the Wondrous Cross, Alas and Did My Savior Bleed, Jesus Shall Reign, How Candy and Terrible Is the Place, and Pleasure to the World. Church musician Mike Cosper has aptly known as him, “the reformer you already know by coronary heart however maybe not by title.

Along with being a prolific poet, Watts was a scholar of huge status. A recent of Samuel Johnson, Cotton Mather, George Whitefield, and Jonathan Edwards. He was a gifted preacher, a cautious theologian, and an ardent apologist. He printed greater than two dozen theological treatises; essays on psychology, astronomy, and philosophy; three volumes of sermons; the primary kids’s hymnal; seven pioneering works on instructional pedagogy; and a treatise on logic that served as the usual college textual content at Oxford, Cambridge, and Harvard for generations.

Watts was a prodigy, demonstrating early genius: he started studying Latin by age 4, Greek at 9, and Hebrew at 13. When Southampton, his hometown, took in a surge of Huguenot refugees, he added French to his linguistic arsenal. This mastery of language was evident in all that Watts wrote. His phrasing, syntax, and vocabulary have been unerringly elegant however at all times comprehensible.

Thus, based on Samuel Johnson, “He was the primary who taught Puritan Dissenters to write down and converse like different males, by displaying them that class would possibly consist with piety.”

His fastidiously labored out theology of language—and its implications for grammar, logic, and rhetoric—enabled Watts to articulately bemoan the devastating results of the autumn, the place “sins and sorrow develop.” However he additionally joyously celebrated the truth that Jesus has come. Certainly, “He guidelines the world with reality and style;” and never in only a few remoted corners, oh no: “fields and floods, rocks, hills, and plains” all bear testimony to the truth that “He makes His blessings stream so far as the curse is discovered.”

Watts couldn’t have mentioned it any extra merely; nor might he have mentioned it any extra profoundly.

I’m George Grant.

NICK EICHER, HOST: Properly, it’s time to say because of the crew members who helped put this system collectively this week: Mary Reichard, David Bahnsen, Amy Lewis, Addie Offereins, Whitney Williams, Onize Ohikere, Jenny Tough, Ryan Bomberger, Steve West, Jenny Lind Schmitt, Cal Thomas, John Stonestreet, Collin Garbarino, and George Grant.

Thanks additionally to our breaking information crew: Kent Covington, Lynde Langdon, Steve Kloosterman, Lauren Canterberry, Mary Muncy, Josh Schumacher, Anna Mandin, and Elias Ferenczy.

Making their debuts this week, a particular welcome to Jerry Boyer and Travis Kircher!

And thanks additionally to the blokes who keep up late to get this system to you early Johnny Franklin and Carl Peetz.

MYRNA BROWN, HOST: Our producer is Harrison Watters with manufacturing help from Anna Johansen Brown, Lillian Hamman, Benj Eicher, Emily Whitten, and Bekah McCallum.

Paul Butler is our Government Producer.

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The Bible says: “Might all who search you / rejoice and be glad in you! / Might those that love your salvation / say evermore, ‘God is nice!’ / However I’m poor and needy; / hasten to me, O God! / You might be my assist and my deliverer; / O LORD, don’t delay!”

Psalm 70:4-5

Keep in mind to worship the Lord this weekend along with your brothers and sisters in Christ! Lord keen, we’ll meet you proper again right here on Monday.

Go now in grace and peace.

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