Real Talk with Joanie and Cindy
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Real Talk with Joanie and CindyJan 22, 2019
The Lord Hath Annointed Me - Joanie Buchanan
The Lord Hath Anointed Me - by Joanie Buchanan
Show Notes: [00:00] Remember when we went to, um, to get our certificate of ordination in Houston, we went together to do that. There's this, this was spoken and this I think is on my ordination papers. That is to, if not, it was spoken over us and Isaiah 61:1-4.
When Jesus got up to start his ministry in the synagogue, it may have been in maybe Matthew or I don't think Mark showed this, but they, the people's voice speaks with such authority. But He got up and He said, I've got to read this. I love it.
"The Spirit of the Sovereign Lord is on me, because the Lord has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners, to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor and the day of vengeance of our God, to comfort all who mourn, and provide for those who grieve in Zion— to bestow on them a crown of beauty instead of ashes, the oil of joy instead of mourning, and a garment of praise instead of a spirit of despair. They will be called oaks of righteousness, a planting of the Lord for the display of his splendor."
Show Notes: [01:31] Hallelujah. That we might be called trees of righteousness. The planting of our Lord, though he might be glorified, so everything that he's saying that God is doing is doing through him. We have that too, that we might glorify the Lord in everything that we do and what I just read. I'm telling you, I used to say when, when I spoke a lot back in my younger days, I would say if we don't have that in the church, then we have nothing because that is what we base our walk on those things in Isaiah 61, that's how Jesus started his ministry in the synagogue. Of course they didn't receive him. You think they're going gonna receive you? Probably not. They'll think you're crazy. You've gone off the deep end and we're just doing what the Lord says, what Jesus said.
Oh my goodness.
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You Could Be The One - Mark 16
You Could Be The One - Mark 16
[00:28] Jesus said, "I give you all power and all authority over all the power that the enemy has." (Luke 10:9). You have both power and authority as believers. That's what we are supposed to walk in - His power and I thought, well, we're supposed to walk in His power but do we? We have the ability to walk in it if we would just step out in faith and do it. There's a sick and dying world out there and you can be the one who is the hands and the feet of Jesus.
You can be the one that lays hands on people and see them be healed. I love the end of Mark 16, verses 15-21. Jesus was talking to His disciples and right before He ascends, He was giving them the last instructions that he wanted them to have before He left them. And what does he tell them?
[01:33] All believers, signs and wonders will follow all those who believe, they will speak with new tongues, they will cast out devils. They will lay hands on the sick and they will recover. That's our legacy! It's our job description! It is our mandate! Go Preach the Gospel, heal the sick, cast out demons, deliver the captives, set the captives free, heal the brokenhearted. So, in doing that, when you first step out into obedience, you start trying to do those things and the Lord will work with you just like He did His disciples.
I know Joanie has shared about an evangelistic spirit that came upon her when she was young. I didn't have that. I was more the shy one. But through the power of the Gospel, and Joanie just shared it with you: Christ, born of a virgin, died on a cross, lived a holy life. The son of God. He was crucified and resurrected. By His stripes we are healed. The stripes that He bore upon His back were for our healing. And I love the fact that by His blood, the blood of Jesus, we can be set free and healed from everything. He's not just a Healer, He is healing.
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10 Ways to Keep Christ in Your Christmas
Joanie and I share 10 ways to help you keep Christ in your Christmas.
1. Stay focused on Jesus instead of Santa
2. Follow the Advent
3. Set up a nativity scene as part of your tradition
4. Make Jesus a Birthday Cake and have Him a party
5 Read the Christmas story (Luke 1 and 2:1-20)
6. Share your faith with others
7. Invite others to have Christmas dinner with you
8. Give Generously (Mt. 25:40)
9. Worship the King (Psalm 95:6)
10. Watch uplifting movies like The Nativity
How to Be Spiritually Successful
How to Leave a Godly Legacy
Listen as Joanie and Cindy talk about leaving a legacy, share their own stories, and teach you how you too can leave a godly legacy.
Deborah: Prophetess, Judge and Mother of Israel
Her short but powerful story is in Judges 4.
Key Verse: Judges 4:4-5 Now Deborah, a prophetess, the wife of Lappidoth, was judging Israel at that time. 5 She used to sit under the palm of Deborah between Ramah and Bethel in the hill country of Ephraim, and the people of Israel came up to her for judgment.
10 Characteristics from Deborah's Life that We can Learn about Godly Leadership.
Deborah had an intimate relationship with God.
She was faithful to serve God and His people.
She was obedient to do God's will instead of her own.
She walked in wisdom and always sought direction and guidance from God.
She was a gifted administrator.
She was an anointed mediator.
She was a warrior.
She made herself available for God's purposes and His plans.
She brought success to battle as she moved in God's timing.
She was humble, grateful, and thankful.
Read our blog on Deborah at http:/www.realtalkwithjoanieandcindy.org/news--blog
Real Talk MicroPods: Count Your Blessings - Donesa Walker
Your Attitude Affects Your Brain with Donesa Walker
This episode is full of great advice from an expert in her field. Donesa Walker is the owner of Learning Rx. A business in business to help people from 4 years old to no limit how old learn how to learn and reactivate their brain. Listen to her share how gratitude impacts us physically, how we can change our brains with our thoughts, and how an old dog can learn new tricks.
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Donesa: 06:30 The facts are there. That brain actually grows dendrites. It actually becomes a stronger and better from you having an attitude of gratitude. So when you're thankful you actually breed thankfulness. So your attitude actually changes from that. And in some recent studies they did, they actually looked at how the brain changed and how the effect was on the body and the effect on the body. It reduced stress. It lowered blood pressure, and these are big factors for people. It actually helps in overall health and reducing anxiety. These are all studies that they have done and they've seen that having that attitude of gratitude and being very thankful for your blessings actually made people rewardable.
Donesa: 07:24 In other words, when you felt thankful about something, you were more likely to be kind and when we have an era of incivility that we have right now where so many people are ugly and unkind to each other then it is a way of changing our culture just by starting with that small step of being thankful. It's so important that we train this from when our children are very, very young to train them not only to say thank you, but to write thank you notes.
Donesa: 08:03 Take the time. Taking the time to say thank you in writing is a big deal because it actually encodes that to the brain. When you're writing, that's a mechanism that actually encodes to your brain. And so it's really important that parents start instilling that at a young age. We get too busy and we think, oh, I'm just going to shoot off a quick text or I'm a send a quick email and we forget that that gratefulness can actually be bred in our children by just doing the exact act that they need to do of writing a thank you note. Very simple.
The Power of Forgiveness
Mark 11:25 And when you stand praying, if you hold anything against anyone, forgive him, so that your Father in heaven may forgive you your sins. "