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A powerful word from SM Lockridge about eternal hope; the focus of expectation in Jesus' teaching; living like Luther shared when he said, "Live like Jesus died yesterday, rose this morning, and is coming back tomorrow"; a call to integrity; breaking the greatest barriers in the mind; a personal story of trying to help someone with an addiction; and what it means to live life in agreement with heaven. Jay Strack shares the remarkable story of his own abandonment and depression, and ultimately his redemption; plus Dr. Seyle's studies on illness; Tony Robbins' formula for happiness; studies on bullying; blessing and cursing life; learning to have one confession; a famous actor on being rejected for his appearance and learning to overcome self-doubt; Dr. Jenkin's 3 "Ps" of defeat; questioning common beliefs about depression; and the exact type of prayer the Bible says really moves mountains. Your heart has true intelligence that you can use to draw strength from with a simple technique from Heart Math ; the story of the "old man and the horse" that has been shared from generation to generation all around the world, and why we need the simple message today more than ever; a heart warming story that will capture your spirit to prove who you really are on the inside; Cesar Millan on overcoming depression; Tony Robbins on effective blaming ; and a personal example of learning to see. L. Moody on the wonders of Christ; and Bill Scheibler on the horrors of war and the comfort of a simple bugle song.As one company shares, "Success is never owned, it is only rented— and the rent is due every day." Every day is a chance to start fresh, to make amends, to begin again, but at the core the reason behind it all must be founded in character.Jesus pulled no punches with people like this, asking if they really wanted to get well before he helped them.Learn two tools you can use right now to overcome fear, plus find out why the media and the public's trust in the news has dropped from 72% to a fraction of that number; plus Orwell's 'Two Minutes Hate' playing out before the world today, and what to do about it; the Taliban headline you might have missed from main stream media; the witness of Oswald Chambers, and a lesson from the life and depression Kurt Cobain experienced.Come along and see that theologians, missionaries and song writers down through history have consistently lived and proclaimed the victory of Jesus and of his gospel in day to day life and in all of history ; plus a life changing event that happened at Tony Robbins seminar on 9/11; why the media so often is opposed to hope and truth; why gold is used as a metaphor for faith and blessing ; how Jesus is restoring what was lost in Eden and how we can be partners with him in that restoration; and why in Christ you do not need to fear the devil.Eric Liddell famously refused to participate in the Olympics during the Sabbath, later in the week he broke a world record and won the gold medal; but it was what happened years later in a prisoner of war camp that was his real victory; plus, Chad Hymas on living the breakthrough life after becoming a quadriplegic, Deborah Scranton's powerful documentary about war and happiness, Watchman Nee on being spiritually filled, and why Woody Allen has so many fears, and what a study on suicide attempts can teach us about living with total confidence in the love of God. As Choco De-Jesus shared, "Stop waiting to walk into victory and begin to start walking with the victory you already have. Don’t wait for victory; walk with victory, talk with victory, speak with victory, think with victory, because victory happened when Jesus was raised from the dead." Learn from Paul how you can unleash your own victorious living, far above fear and doubt, regardless of circumstances. Plus, an atheist for 52 years shares about the miracle that shook his disbelief; what horses teach us about authority vs. power; the church that literally was moved by a miracle; how your open hand receives what your mouth declares ; and understanding that "Some are made examples in this world, to prove that there is a God" . Uncover neverfail of this mystery, Christ IN you, the hope of glory.More On This StoryA best-selling author and a former Marine, he has spent over 15 years in full-time ministry while simultaneously working in the criminal justice field. In 22 minutes an episode he reveals some of the deepest tools, strategies, and inspiring stories you will hear in regards to personal and spiritual growth. The story and example of a fearless lifeguard named Eddie; learning to see people as they are supposed to be; the power of exchanging beauty for ashes, and what people wish they would have done differently when they reach the end of their life. Why cancer patients get sick from chemotherapy before they even begin the treatments; how small adjustments in our thinking and actions produce massive results; how a rocket metaphor explains momentum towards our goals; getting off the sidelines and into the game; overcoming rejection and fear; the tool the devil won't give up; the testimony of Gracie and Martin Burnam who were help hostage in the Middle East for many months; a moving story of a couple who were unable to have children; and turning around a marriage in one minute. Billy Graham said he wanted to set the church back 2000 years, and for good reason. Learn about the reward offered to anyone that could identify a person that fulfilled half the biblical prophecies, how one set of parents sacrificed their own comfort to teach their child about grace, why Corrie Ten Boom shared that "God does no have problems, only plans", and uncover the incredible picture painted in the biology of the crimson worm.Exclusive: Boris Johnson Sends Pleading Email To Furious Tory MpsPlus, Bill Purvis on what he was thinking when facing death after being stabbed in the jugular; a word for men who were rejected by their fathers; H. Brown on the price of change or of remaining the same; Cloe Madanes on how to reach your goals; Ben Carson's best case/worst case tool; plus the faith stories of Tom Monaghan , Tom Catena , Troy and Kim Meeder , and Elijah Lovejoy, a man of heroic courage who gave his life to put an end to slavery. And for new christian songs and skeptics, what Josephus really said about Jesus in the first century. A cautionary tale from two lottery winners; what Jesus is doing right now; Allision Toeppwerwein's inspiring story of battling Parkinson's disease; Ruth Soukup on lessons learned in a psychiatric hospital; Julian of Norwich's moving revelation about perfect peace; Steve Jobs and knowing that no one is smarter than you; Hafez on the cheapness of fear; Augustine on why we sin; Kris Carr on denying the verdict after being told she had a short time to live; and Charles Spurgeon on a remarkable conversation between a martyr and his executioner. To be one of the original disciples one had to see the risen Christ, yet Jesus said blessed are those who do not see but still believe! Uncover why that is the most meaningful statement in all of history; plus Tony Robbins powerful 2mm rule for make massive progress in life; the powerful stories of Alice Sommer and Sam Berns and their secrets to a happy life; some of Smith Wigglesworth most golden spiritual lessons; and why 'good' won't change your life .What The Hell Just Happened? Inside Boris Johnson's Chaotic WeekSteps were TOTP regulars in their 90s heyday, with each of their releases receiving a matching performance complete with choreo and coordinated outfits. When Robbie Williams unexpectedly left Take That in 1995, many wondered how they would continue without him, so the pressure was on for the remaining members when they took to the TOTP stage for their first live performance without him. This video marks perhaps the official start of Girl Power, with the Spice Girls’ very first performance on TOTP – dodgy miming included. But as we continue our celebration of old-school TV in HuffPost UK’s new nostalgia series Rewind To The 90s, we’re looking back at some of the most iconic TOTP performances from the decade. Ask anyone who grew up in the golden era of pop what they were doing at 7.30pm on a Friday night, the answer would have always been the same – watching Top Of The Pops. Hard on the heels of William K. McNeil�s excellentEncyclopedia of American Gospel Music comes this useful complementary title by Carpenter, a music journalist active in gospel artist public ...