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Matthew 24:37

Matthew 24:37   (37) But as the days of Noah were, so also will the coming of the Son of Man be. Some feel we have reached a time in history that parallels the period just before the Flood. God recorded what conditions were like as Noah was building the ark: "Then the Lord saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every intent of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually" (Genesis 6:5). What a horrifying thought! What danger ...
Tags: Israel, Noah, United States, Jesus, God, Matthew, Jesus Christ, Amos, John W Ritenbaugh, Solomon, Assyria, Europe Canada Australia New Zealand South Africa, Isaiah No Amos


2 Corinthians 7:9-11

2 Corinthians 7:9-11   (9) Now I rejoice, not that you were made sorry, but that your sorrow led to repentance. For you were made sorry in a godly manner, that you might suffer loss from us in nothing. (10) For godly sorrow produces repentance leading to salvation, not to be regretted; but the sorrow of the world produces death. (11) For observe this very thing, that you sorrowed in a godly manner: What diligence it produced in you, what clearing of yourselves, what indignation, ...
Tags: Israel, Jesus, Christ, Corinthians, Amos, Charlotte, PAUL, John W Ritenbaugh, Isaiah, Isaiah Jeremiah Ezekiel


Best First Nations food in BC

No amount of museum visits will teach you more about a culture than its cuisine. Food tells us where people come from, both geographically and historically. It offers insight into how communities are structured and how they celebrate special occasions. And, best of all, food lets outsiders experience traditions honed over generations in a hands-on way, sometimes literally. Like many places, British Columbia has a sacred culinary history dating back to its earliest inhabitants. In First Nation...
Tags: Travel, First Nations, Vancouver, Victoria, North America, British Columbia, Columbia, Amos, Saskatoon, All, Vancouver Island, Okanagan Valley, West Kelowna, BANNOCK, Osoyoos, Fort Langley


By Gobbling Up Sweets Brands, the Secretive Italian Ferrero Group Has Become America’s Cookie Monster

This morning's news that Kellogg is selling its Famous Amos and Keebler divisions to Ferro Group for $1.3 billion is the latest development in Kellogg's ongoing effort to jettison many of its nonessential brands in order to focus on proven performers like Pringles. As Kellogg CEO Steve Cahillane put it, the divestiture is "yet another...
Tags: Advertising, Amos, Kellogg, Keebler, Steve Cahillane, Legacy Brands, Ferrero Group Has Become America 's Cookie Monster, Ferro Group


Kellogg sells Keebler and Famous Amos to get out of cookies

Kellogg is getting out of the cookie business to focus on snacks and cereal.
Tags: Cnn, Amos, Kellogg, Keebler


Dog lovers, alert: The human-canine bond explored in new California Science Center exhibit ‘A Science Tail’

People love their dogs. And the feeling is mutual as the California Science Center shows in the exhibition “Dogs! A Science Tail,” opening Saturday, March 16 in conjunction with the world premiere of the IMAX documentary adventure “Superpower Dogs.” The interactive exhibit highlights the dynamic nature of the human-canine bond through scientific findings like one that shows how dogs create physiological changes in people Jeffrey Rudolph, president and CEO of the California Science Center, explai...
Tags: Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Chris Evans, Clifford, Amos, Rudolph, Yale University, Roscoe, California Science Center, University of California at Berkley, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories Breeze, Top Stories LBPT, Top Stories WDN


A beautiful and disturbing photograph.

"Ahmedabad, India/Muslim brides-to-be gather for a mass wedding ceremony" (The Guardian).From an excellent collection of photographs, here.ADDED: Here's a completely accidental juxtaposition I caused by dropping another one of those photographs into a message to Meade and then, several minutes later, dropping in this photograph — from Twitter — of an Oriental Dwarf Kingfisher:I love the chiming colors! And the big pointy beaks are such a neat repetition.By the way, "Oriental Dwarf Kingfisher" so...
Tags: Photography, Law, India, Color, Fish, Puppets, Islam, Weddings, Kingfisher, Brexit, Amos, Andy, Meade, Ann Althouse, Ahmedabad India Muslim, Oriental Dwarf Kingfisher


Michael W. Smith says rapper Future inspired him as faith music ‘Roadshow’ comes to Ontario

Singer Michael W. Smith says he’d been reluctant to sign onto a multi-artist tour in the past – not that he didn’t think he’d enjoy the company of fellow artists working in the Christian contemporary music scene of which he’s an icon – because it just seemed an impossible task to figure out which songs to play in the shorter sets those tours allow. “I do love sharing the stage with these artists,” says Smith by phone from his studio in Franklin, Tennessee before heading out on The Roadshow Tour ...
Tags: Music, Molly, La, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Nashville, Stagecoach, Smith, Amos, Southern California, Ontario, Travis Barker, Matt Maher, KROQ, Matthew West


Best First Nations activities in BC

There’s something special about Vancouver International Airport, the gateway to British Columbia’s biggest city. All throughout the hub are striking sculptures and carvings created by First Nations artists, reminders to those bustling in and out of the province that the area’s traditional landowners are integral to British Columbia’s history and culture. In fact, this particular province is one of the most diverse in Canada with around 200 different Indigenous groups and more than 30 language...
Tags: Travel, First Nations, Canada, Vancouver, British Columbia, Columbia, Amos, All, Matador Network, Kelowna, Vancouver International Airport, Great Hall, Vancouver Island, Stanley Park, Okanagan Valley, Granite Falls


Photography and sex in Amos Badertscher’s Baltimore

The Baltimore photographer Amos Badertscher has been cataloguing queer lives in his city since the 1960s: male sex workers and their girlfriends, the 1990s Baltimore and Washington club culture, transgender people, crack and heroin addiction, and the impact of AIDS. His is the largest extant photographic record of the short lives of hustlers (male sex workers) that I know of. Though he could by no means be described as famous, Badertscher enjoyed a brief period of academic notice with the public...
Tags: Art, Books, Photography, New York, Featured, Washington, US, San Francisco, Chicago, Nikon, New York Public Library, Baltimore, Amos, 1990s, History Center, University of Chicago Library


I Learned to Read the Bible Through Tears

I can scarcely read the story of Rachel and Leah without crying. Years ago, someone referred to me as a “Leah” — unloved, yet noble. “God blessed and honored Leah.” It was meant to make me feel better. It didn’t. Leah was unwanted and even hated by her husband. She tried to earn his love by having children, hoping they would turn his heart towards her (Genesis 29:31–34). I wanted to be loved and wanted too — I understood Leah’s desire. In my mind, nothing could be better than a husband’s lo...
Tags: Religion, Jesus, God, John, Christ, Matthew, Amos, Rachel, Leah, Judah, Jeremiah, Isaiah, Jacob Now, Leah Better Than Any Love


Dana Czapnik's Playlist for Her Novel "The Falconer"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Dana Czapnik's debut novel The Falconer is a compelling and lyrical coming-of-age story. Kirkus wrote of the book: "Coming-of-age in Manhattan may not have been done this brillian...
Tags: Music, New York, HMV, Tom Waits, David, Bob Dylan, New York Times, Manhattan, Joni Mitchell, Lou Reed, Lucy, Amos, Biggie, Sylvia Plath, Kirkus, Atomic Books Comics Preview


Terrorists Say Ignorant Grifters Lack Commitment.

Hoodlums with their hoods. The Telegraph reports that League Against Cruel Sports labelled 'parasitic organisation' by hunt saboteurs. Right.   A better title:  Terrorists say ignorant grifters lack commitment. LACS is a basket case, but it's always had one foot in the loony bin. A short history: The League began in Morden, a suburb of London in 1923. Henry Amos raised a protest against rabbit coursing, he was successful in motivating support and managed to achieve a ban. This ...
Tags: London, Pets, Labour, Cambridge, Telegraph, Bell, Amos, Rspca, Charity Commission, Hunt Saboteurs Association, Morden, Bryant, League, League Against Cruel Sports, Mark Davies, The Times of London


Melissa Manchester Looks Back at 1985 and Her Synthpop Experiments

None The 1980s weren't particularly kind to the singer/songwriters who'd emerged in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The recording studio became the producer's fiefdom and the acoustic music that had characterized the work of people like Joni Mitchell and Carole King became passé. Artists affected by these changes either attempted to move with the times or, like Laura Nyro, recorded far less frequently. Acoustic or semi-acoustic pop music was still around, but performers such as Suzanne Vega and...
Tags: Feature, Music, Interview, Pop, Atlantic, Manchester, David Bowie, Davis, Madonna, Carly Simon, Joni Mitchell, Duke, Marvin Gaye, Usc, Amos, Arif Mardin


Owing Nothing to Anyone

by Hohn Cho or my handful of regular readers, I apologize for the extended silence. November and December are always my busiest months of the year, and this year it was even more hectic than usual. Happily, things are calming down quite a bit, and I'm determined to keep calm and blog on. And lately, I've been meditating quite a bit on Romans 13, both the first seven verses on the topic of submitting to government, and for the topic of this post, Romans 13:8, "Owe nothing to anyone except to love...
Tags: Love, Religion, United States, Social Justice, Christ, Matthew, Corinthians, James, Amos, Peter, Romans, Timothy, Luke, Leviticus, Jeremiah, Isaiah


Amos Oz’s Rebuke to Cowardice

The Israeli author will be spared the littleness of Israeli and Palestinian leaders.
Tags: News, Israel, Amos, Palestinians, Oz, Amos Oz, Jews and Judaism


An Appraisal: Amos Oz, a Writer Who Loved the Dream of Israel and Charted Its Imperfect Reality

Oz, through his novels and nonfiction, came to embody a sort of sociologist and psychologist of the Israeli soul.
Tags: News, Israel, Amos, Oz, Books and Literature, Writing and Writers


Amos Oz, Israeli Author and Peace Advocate, Dies at 79

One of Israel’s most prolific writers, he published numerous works of both fiction and nonfiction, and his writing was translated into more than 35 languages.
Tags: News, Israel, Amos, Palestinians, Oz, Politics And Government, Deaths (Obituaries, Writing and Writers


18 Nude Lipsticks That Won't Look Pasty On Brown Skin

The first time I tried on a pair of "flesh toned" stockings from my local drugstore before church, I was sorely disappointed. Instead of matching my dark brown legs, I looked down to see my limbs covered in a wildly unflattering beige material. That's my experience with "nudes" in a nutshell. For years, whenever I saw a new line of nude lipsticks or glosses from my favorite brands, I'd keep browsing, not wanting to relive my nylon nightmare.Of course, I'm not alone. "'Nude' is a tricky theory, ...
Tags: Amazon, Nordstrom, Fashion, Music, Mac, NARS, Chanel, Sephora, Amos, Lupita Nyong, Mayo, Moore, Lupita, Frederick, Zoe Kravitz, Deborah


Kellogg looks to sell classic cookie brands

Kellogg may say goodbye to Famous Amos and Keebler cookies.
Tags: News, Stories, Amos, Kellogg, Keebler


Kellogg looks to sell off cookie brands

Kellogg may say goodbye to Famous Amos and Keebler cookies.
Tags: News, Stories, Amos, Kellogg, Keebler


Kellogg looks to sell off Famous Amos and Keebler

Kellogg may say goodbye to Famous Amos and Keebler cookies.
Tags: Cnn, Amos, Kellogg, Keebler


ON VETERANS DAY 2018

On Veterans Day I like to pay tribute to the members ofour family who have served our country from its birth. I don'thave all the details of the service records, and I'm sure I willdiscover more relatives to add later, but this is what I have so far. American Revolution:    Jonathan Barker Jr. My 4x great grandfather Was a Minuteman from Methuen Ma with rank of Sergeant.He responded to Lexington and Concord with his sonsServed in Captain Samuel Johnson's Company inColonel Titcomb's Regim...
Tags: New York, Washington, Boston, Massachusetts, Veterans Day, Cambridge, Genealogy, Family History, Mansfield, Amos, Samuel, Concord, Valley, Floyd, Newport, U S Navy


An Okavango Delta Safari in Botswana – Africa’s Greatest Wilderness?

Without a shadow of a doubt, the Okavango Delta is one of the best places to visit in Africa and one of the best wildlife experiences in the world. Unlike other safaris, the colours in this part of Botswana shimmer in deep blues and greens more than rust red and dust. And the safaris take place on mokoros on the water, instead of motor vehicles on the sand. Here’s what it’s like to go on an Okavango Delta safari in Botswana. An Okavango Delta Safari Botswana Despite the stillness of...
Tags: Travel, Africa, Atlantic, South Africa, Angola, Johannesburg, Namibia, Indian Ocean, Botswana, Amos, Dune, Maun, Okavango Delta, Chu, Cessna, Sossusvlei


Fasting for 12 hours before anesthesia

We always tell folks to take away the pet's food the night before any procedure that will require anesthetic:  surgery, dental cleanings or extractions, whatever.  If the patient will be unconscious in the hospital, we want an empty stomach.  If you take away any food twelve hours before the procedure, that usually gets us an empty stomach by the time we need it. Why do we need an empty stomach for anesthesia?  It's because of two things.  The first is that anesthetic drugs, some pain-killing dr...
Tags: Pets, Surgery, Amos, Doc, Explanations


Amos returns 2 punts for TDs in James Madison shutout win

D'Angelo Amos returned two punts of more than 80 yards for touchdowns, Ethan Ratke kicked three field goals and James Madison rebounded from a stinging loss with a 37-0 shutout of Villanova on Saturday.
Tags: Finance, PA, Article, Associated Press, Amos, Villanova, FBN, James Madison, Fbn/markets, Fox-business/markets, 72206e73-0e47-5a48-aa5d-200e6bd435da, Angelo Amos, Ethan Ratke


Moog reveal their first polysynth in decades – inside the Moog One

It’s been a decades-long wait, but now Moog have revealed a flagship polyphonic keyboard instrument – a new dream synth. It’s high-end, for sure, but it also reveals where the brand that became synonymous with synthesis sees us going next. We’ve talked to Moog to find out more on today, release day. The last time Moog made a polysynth, Ronald Reagan was President, the Space Shuttle was the epitome of futuristic, MIDI wasn’t really even a thing, and to slightly misquote Douglas Adams, people ...
Tags: Music, England, Hardware, Keyboards, Interviews, US, Tech, Previews, Ronald Reagan, Gear, Reddit, Stories, Bob, Analog, North Carolina, Liberace


How To Choose The Best Shampoo For Your Hair Type

The importance of shampooing has been drilled into our brains since we were little. Having grease and grime on our scalps isn't very appealing, after all. What our moms likely didn't tell us? Which shampoo — of the many options — we should be using.Just like not all conditioners are created equal, shampoos differ widely. While some things may be obvious (if your hair is fine and straight, don't use a product made for thick, curly strands), we also understand that the countless choices can be ov...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York City, Walmart, Bumble, Tracee Ellis Ross, Sephora, Amos, Pravana, Oribe, Ulta, Shu Uemura, John Frieda, Sarah Hyland, Richman, Neutrogena


Rosser replaces injured Amos for Dragons

Dragons will give a first start of the season to Arwel Robson and Jared Rosser when Zebre visit Rodney Parade.
Tags: Rugby, Amos, Zebre, Rosser, Arwel Robson, Jared Rosser


Art Review: Radiant and Radical: 20 Years of Defining the Soul of Black Art

“Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power” at the Brooklyn Museum shows how black artists were galvanized during a time of social and political unrest.
Tags: Art, Photography, News, New York City, David, Museums, Sculpture, Roy, Discrimination, Tate Modern, Jack, Blacks, Amos, Lewis, Emma, Edwards