Ch Ch Ch Changes, Dealing with Change in our lives

Posted: August 8, 2009 in Cool Stuff just for you

The Take Him With You Podcast with Rick Moyer

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I start out by playing the Treks In Sci Fi Podcast promo from Rico Dostie.

I then talk about what’s going on around RICK’s HOUSE!

I talk about our pets, and then tell about how we took Tess, our dog, to ice cream.

My son, Nathan, is engaged. Listen and find out all about it!

My wife cuts my hair. 🙂

My wife’s video card bit the dust in the hot weather.

I play a promo for Angela and Jen’s amazing podcast


Jonah Chapter 1

Running Away from God

1-2 One day long ago, God’s Word came to Jonah, Amittai’s son: “Up on your feet and on your way to the big city of Nineveh! Preach to them. They’re in a bad way and I can’t ignore it any longer.” 3 But Jonah got up and went the other direction to Tarshish, running away from God. He went down to the port of Joppa and found a ship headed for Tarshish. He paid the fare and went on board, joining those going to Tarshish—as far away from God as he could get.

4-6 But God sent a huge storm at sea, the waves towering.

The ship was about to break into pieces. The sailors were terrified. They called out in desperation to their gods. They threw everything they were carrying overboard to lighten the ship. Meanwhile, Jonah had gone down into the hold of the ship to take a nap. He was sound asleep. The captain came to him and said, “What’s this? Sleeping! Get up! Pray to your god! Maybe your god will see we’re in trouble and rescue us.”

7 Then the sailors said to one another, “Let’s get to the bottom of this. Let’s draw straws to identify the culprit on this ship who’s responsible for this disaster.”

So they drew straws. Jonah got the short straw.

8 Then they grilled him: “Confess. Why this disaster? What is your work? Where do you come from? What country? What family?”

9 He told them, “I’m a Hebrew. I worship God, the God of heaven who made sea and land.”

10 At that, the men were frightened, really frightened, and said, “What on earth have you done!” As Jonah talked, the sailors realized that he was running away from God.

11 They said to him, “What are we going to do with you—to get rid of this storm?” By this time the sea was wild, totally out of control.

12 Jonah said, “Throw me overboard, into the sea. Then the storm will stop. It’s all my fault. I’m the cause of the storm. Get rid of me and you’ll get rid of the storm.”

13 But no. The men tried rowing back to shore. They made no headway. The storm only got worse and worse, wild and raging.

14 Then they prayed to God, “O God! Don’t let us drown because of this man’s life, and don’t blame us for his death. You are God. Do what you think is best.”

15 They took Jonah and threw him overboard. Immediately the sea was quieted down.

16 The sailors were impressed, no longer terrified by the sea, but in awe of God. They worshiped God, offered a sacrifice, and made vows.

17 Then God assigned a huge fish to swallow Jonah. Jonah was in the fish’s belly three days and nights.

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I then play some audio comments from Tim and Jen. THANKS! I LOVE AUDIO COMMENTS– please more, more, more!


Change is always hard when our attitude isn’t good.www
We can have a victim or victor mentality.
People that change move further in life than those of us that don’t change.
There is a price to pay for being comfortable.
I talk about the book “Who Moved My Cheese” by Spencer Johnson
Highly reccomended resource.
available at Amazon, or through itunes in audio.
The basic premise– be ready to find new cheese when yours runs out. Listen for details.
Bottom line is: Change isn’t easy- it requires us to anticipate, focus and keep a good attitude–
1. Be open to change
2. Get a support group
3. Read some information on change
4. Embrace change and the benefits from it.
I end the program by playing a really cool song by Rusty West called “Hung out to dry” you will love it. I then pray for everyone.
Next week: Losing my religion- aka- don’t get religious.

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