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  • 1. I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the Difference Robert Frost I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the Difference Robert Frost
  • 2.  
  • 3. 34 "Then the King will say to those on his right, 'Come, you who are blessed by my Father; take your inheritance, the kingdom prepared for you since the creation of the world. 35 For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, 36 I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me.'     40 "The King will reply, 'I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.'   41 "Then he will say to those on his left, 'Depart from me, you who are cursed, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels. 42 For I was hungry and you gave me nothing to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me nothing to drink, 43 I was a stranger and you did not invite me in, I needed clothes and you did not clothe me, I was sick and in prison and you did not look after me.' Matthew 25 (NIV)
    • “ Simply let your 'Yes' be 'Yes,' and your 'No,' 'No'; anything beyond this comes from the evil one.”
    • Matthew 5:37 NIV
    • “ Integrity guides decent people” Proverbs 11:3
    • “ If you want to enter life, obey the commandments.”
    • Matthew 19:17 NIV
      • Thou knowest the commandments,
        • Do not commit adultery,
        • Do not kill,
        • Do not steal,
        • Do not bear false witness,
        • Honour thy father and thy
      • mother. Luke 18:20
    HONOR SERVICE
  • 4.
    • “ His words were brilliant as far as they went. I am frustrated because he didn’t go far enough! Let me be specific. He mentioned
      • ‘ Ellen White’ 7 times,
      • ‘ church’ 42 times,
      • ‘ God’s people’ 36 times,
      • ‘ Bible’ 25 times and
      • ‘ forward’ 23 times.
    • However, not once did he use the word ‘poor’ or ‘sick’.
    • Similarly, none of these words made it into the sermon: ‘ healing ’, ‘ homeless’, ‘ oppressed ’, ‘ prisoner ’, ‘ hunger ’, ‘ environment ’, ‘ nature ’, ‘ poverty ’ or even ‘ justice ’.
    • I will go farther in this analysis and indicate that the love of God was only mentioned once, in the conclusion.
      • It could be argued that these themes were implied when he talked about the character of God. However, since Jesus described the distinctive of His church as ‘love’, I wish more of this had been mentioned.”
    Leader’s Message: A Pastor's Analysis By Sam Neves Sam Neves is the pastor of Wimbledon International Church in London, England. He is also the director of EdgeTV, a supporting ministry that resources churches in the UK to stream their services live online.
  • 5.
    • Renaissance
    • Duccio(1278-1318) - The Raising of Lazarus (1310-1311)
    • Acquired in 1975
    • Tempera and gold on panel
    • The miracle of the raising of Lazarus is cited in the Gospel by St. John (11:1-14).Fra Angelico(1395/1400-1455)-The Apostle Saint James the Greater Freeing the Magician Hermogenes. (1429-30)
    • Acquired in 1986
    • Tempera and gold on panel
    • The subject of the picture is taken from the thirteenth-century Golden Legend, which relates how Saint James the Greater ordered the Christian convert Philetus to free the repentant magician Hermogenes, who had been bound by the very devils he sent to vanquish Saint James. A haloed Saint James taps Philetus with his staff, empowering him to unloose the cords of Hermogenes, metaphorically absolving his sins. erriuga
    • Rainassance
    • Duccio(1278-1318) - The Raising of Lazarus (1310-1311)
    • Acquired in 1975
    • Tempera and gold on panel
    • The miracle of the raising of Lazarus is cited in the Gospel by St. John (11:1-14).Fra Angelico(1395/1400-1455)-The Apostle Saint James the Greater Freeing the Magician Hermogenes. (1429-30)
    • Acquired in 1986
    • Tempera and gold on panel
    • The subject of the picture is taken from the thirteenth-century Golden Legend, which relates how Saint James the Greater ordered the Christian convert Philetus to free the repentant magician Hermogenes, who had been bound by the very devils he sent to vanquish Saint James. A haloed Saint James taps Philetus with his staff, empowering him to unloose the cords of Hermogenes, metaphorically absolving his sins. unam
  • 6.
    • Renaissance
    • Duccio(1278-1318) - The Raising of Lazarus (1310-1311)
    • Acquired in 1975
    • Tempera and gold on panel
    • The miracle of the raising of Lazarus is cited in the Gospel by St. John (11:1-14).Fra Angelico(1395/1400-1455)-The Apostle Saint James the Greater Freeing the Magician Hermogenes. (1429-30)
    • Acquired in 1986
    • Tempera and gold on panel
    • The subject of the picture is taken from the thirteenth-century Golden Legend, which relates how Saint James the Greater ordered the Christian convert Philetus to free the repentant magician Hermogenes, who had been bound by the very devils he sent to vanquish Saint James. A haloed Saint James taps Philetus with his staff, empowering him to unloose the cords of Hermogenes, metaphorically absolving his sins. erriuga
    • Rainassance
    • Duccio(1278-1318) - The Raising of Lazarus (1310-1311)
    • Acquired in 1975
    • Tempera and gold on panel
    • The miracle of the raising of Lazarus is cited in the Gospel by St. John (11:1-14).Fra Angelico(1395/1400-1455)-The Apostle Saint James the Greater Freeing the Magician Hermogenes. (1429-30)
    • Acquired in 1986
    • Tempera and gold on panel
    • The subject of the picture is taken from the thirteenth-century Golden Legend, which relates how Saint James the Greater ordered the Christian convert Philetus to free the repentant magician Hermogenes, who had been bound by the very devils he sent to vanquish Saint James. A haloed Saint James taps Philetus with his staff, empowering him to unloose the cords of Hermogenes, metaphorically absolving his sins. unam
  • 7. TIME PAINTER SCULPTOR ARCHITECTURE WRITER PAINTING MUSIC 1400-1450 Angelico Ghiberti Brunelleschi Medici Annunciation Dufay 1451-1500 Da Vinci Donatello Machiavelli Leo X 1501-1550 Pinturicchio Sansovino Bramante Luther Creation of Adam Desprez 1551-1600 Micheangelo Cellini Maderno Vasari Last Judgement De Lassus 1601-1650 Fontana Caravaggio Longhena Cervantes Consecration to the Virgin Cavalli 1651-1700 Velazquez Bernini Borromini Swift Las Meninas 1701-1750 Rigaud Coysevox Wren Tate Louis XIV Le Grand 1751-1800 Fragonard Clodion Chambers Gibbon The Swing Mozart 1801-1850 Lebrun Houdon Mills Da Ponte Apotheosis of Homer Lesueur 1851-1900 Ingres Lemaire Smirke Sand The Horse Fair Liszt 1901-1950 Munch Rodin Gaudi Maeterlinck Mont Ste. Victoire Ravel 1951-2000 Dali Giacometti Van der Rohe Sartre Green Coca-Cola Bottles Poulenc TIME PAINTER SCULPTOR ARCHITECT WRITER PAINTING MUSIC 1400-1450 Angelico Ghiberti Brunelleschi Lorenzo Annunciation Dufay 1451-1500 Da Vinci Donatello Machiavelli Leo X 1501-1550 Pinturicchio Sansovino Bramante Luther Creation of Adam Desprez 1551-1600 Michelangelo Cellini Maderno Vasari Last Judgment De Lassus 1601-1650 Fontana Caravaggio Longhena Cervantes Consecration to the Virgin Cavalli 1651-1700 Velazquez Bernini Borromini Swift Las Meninas 1701-1750 Rigaud Coysevox Wren Henry Fielding Louis XIV Rameau 1751-1800 Fragonard Calude Michel Chambers Gibbon The Swing Mozart 1801-1850 Lebrun Houdon Mills Da Ponte Apotheosis of Homer Lesueur 1851-1900 Ingres Lemaire Smirke De Quincy Turkish Bath Liszt 1901-1950 Munch Rodin Gaudi Maeterlinck Mont Ste. Victoire Ravel 1951-2000 Dali Giacometti Van der Rohe Sartre Green Coca-Cola Bottles Poulenc
  • 8. TIME PAINTER SCULPTOR ARCHITECTURE WRITER PAINTING MUSIC 1400-1450 Angelico Ghiberti Brunelleschi Medici Annunciation Dufay 1451-1500 Da Vinci Donatello Machiavelli Leo X 1501-1550 Pinturicchio Sansovino Bramante Luther Creation of Adam Desprez 1551-1600 Micheangelo Cellini Maderno Vasari Last Judgement De Lassus 1601-1650 Fontana Caravaggio Longhena Cervantes Consecration to the Virgin Cavalli 1651-1700 Velazquez Bernini Borromini Swift Las Meninas 1701-1750 Rigaud Coysevox Wren Tate Louis XIV Le Grand 1751-1800 Fragonard Clodion Chambers Gibbon The Swing Mozart 1801-1850 Lebrun Houdon Mills Da Ponte Apotheosis of Homer Lesueur 1851-1900 Ingres Lemaire Smirke Sand The Horse Fair Liszt 1901-1950 Munch Rodin Gaudi Maeterlinck Mont Ste. Victoire Ravel 1951-2000 Dali Giacometti Van der Rohe Sartre Green Coca-Cola Bottles Poulenc TIME PAINTER SCULPTOR ARCHITECT WRITER PAINTING MUSIC 1400-1450 Angelico Ghiberti Brunelleschi Lorenzo Annunciation Dufay 1451-1500 Da Vinci Donatello Machiavelli Leo X 1501-1550 Pinturicchio Sansovino Bramante Luther Creation of Adam Desprez 1551-1600 Michelangelo Cellini Maderno Vasari Last Judgment De Lassus 1601-1650 Fontana Caravaggio Longhena Cervantes Consecration to the Virgin Cavalli 1651-1700 Velazquez Bernini Borromini Swift Las Meninas 1701-1750 Rigaud Coysevox Wren Henry Fielding Louis XIV Rameau 1751-1800 Fragonard Calude Michel Chambers Gibbon The Swing Mozart 1801-1850 Lebrun Houdon Mills Da Ponte Apotheosis of Homer Lesueur 1851-1900 Ingres Lemaire Smirke De Quincy Turkish Bath Liszt 1901-1950 Munch Rodin Gaudi Maeterlinck Mont Ste. Victoire Ravel 1951-2000 Dali Giacometti Van der Rohe Sartre Green Coca-Cola Bottles Poulenc
  • 9.
    • INTRODUCTION:
    • GIVE TWO MEANINGS OF WHAT HISTORY IS.
    • INFORMATION: is the second meaning of history. It implies the successes ofa specific event. Historians
    • can only use the sources from the past has a resource of information. Using resources of past events can
    • help solve or prevent other catastrophes from happening or to improve something.
    • INTERPRETATION: anther use of history. Historians check each others work and make their own
    • assumptions and from comparing works is how history is told to students, etc.
    • 2. GIVE TWO SCHOOLS OF HISTORY OR PHILOSOPHIES OF HISTORY. OPTIMIST: composed of
    • mainly humanist. They believe that history and philosophy are linear. They believe in biological and social
    • evolution. Some recognized Optimist are: Toynbee, Hegel, Marx
    • INTRODUCTION:
    • GIVE TWO MEANINGS OF WHAT HISTORY IS.
    • INFORMATION: is the second meaning of history. It implies the successes ofa specific event. Historians
    • can only use the sources from the past has a resource of information. Using resources of past events can
    • help solve or prevent other catastrophes from happening or to improve something.
    • INTERPRETATION: anther use of history. Historians check each others work and make their own
    • assumptions and from comparing works is how history is told to students, etc.
    • 2. GIVE TWO SCHOOLS OF HISTORY OR PHILOSOPHIES OF HISTORY. OPTIMIST: composed of
    • mainly humanist. They believe that history and philosophy are linear. They believe in biological and social
    • evolution. Some recognized Optimist are: Toynbee, Hegel, Marx
  • 10.
    • Web Exercises
    • Chapter 5
    • 1) What according to the Didache are the characteristics of false and true prophets?
    • 1. false prophets
      • a. remain 3 days
      • b. ask for money or other things of that nature
      • c. they don't have the disposition of the lord
      • d. they do not teach truth
    • 2. True prophets
      • a. They stay one or two days
      • b. They just take bread not money
      • c. They have the disposition of the lord
      • d. They teach truth
      • e. They shall order a table to be laid and not eat it himself, if they eat it they are false
  • 11. Angelico - born Guido di Pietro, was an Early Italian Renaissance painter, referred to in Vasari’s Lives of the Artists as having "a rare and perfect talent." Da Vinci - a painter, sculptor, architect, musician, scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, geologist, botanist and writer. Leonardo has often been described as the archetype of the Renaissance man, a man whose unquenchable curiosity was equaled only by his powers of invention. Pinturicchio - The works of the Perugian Renaissance school are very similar; and paintings by Perugino, Pinturicchio, Lo Spagna and a young Raphael may often be mistaken one for the other. In the execution of large frescoes, pupils and assistants had a large share in the work, either in enlarging the master's sketch to the full-sized cartoon, in transferring the cartoon to the wall, or in painting backgrounds or accessories. Angelico: born Guido di Pietro, was an Early Italian Renaissance painter, referred to in Vasari 's Lives of the Artists as having "a rare and perfect talent". Da Vinci: a painter, sculptor, architect,musician, scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor,anatomist, geologist, botanist and writer. Leonardo has often been described as the archetype of the Renaissance man, a man whose unquenchable curiosity was equaled only by his powers of invention. Pinturicchio: The works of the Perugian Renaissance school are very similar; and paintings by Perugino, Pinturicchio, Lo Spagna and a young Raphael may often be mistaken one for the other. In the execution of large frescoes, pupils and assistants had a large share in the work, either in enlarging the master's sketch to the full-sized cartoon, in transferring the cartoon to the wall, or in painting backgrounds or accessories.
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    • “ Midshipmen are persons of integrity:
      • They stand for that which is right.
      • They tell the truth and ensure that the full truth is known.
      • They do not lie.
      • They embrace fairness in all actions.
      • They ensure that work submitted as their own is their own, and
      • that assistance received from any source is authorized and
      • properly documented. They do not cheat.
      • They respect the property of others and ensure that others
      • are able to benefit from the use of their own property.
      • They do not steal.”
    “ Depending on the severity of the offense, midshipmen found in violation of the Honor Concept by their peers can be separated from the Naval Academy.” Brigade Honor Committees composed of upper-class midshipmen are responsible for the education and training of the Honor Concept. The use of illegal drugs is strictly forbidden and results in expulsion from the academy
  • 17.
    • The USNA is organized into: Brigade (whole student body)
      • 2 Regiments
      • 6 Batallions (ea1/6 th of Brigade)
      • 5 Companies in each Batallion
      • 140 Mids. in each Company
    Bancroft
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  • 19. Plebs examination
  • 20. 4,000 people sit down at one time for dinner at 372 tables spread over a 55,000- square-foot area. Hot meals are served to all within five minutes in King Hall Room for Three
  • 21. Herndon Monument is covered with lard and "Plebes" (freshmen or Fourth Class Midshipmen) attempt to climb the monument, remove a "dixie cup" (the headwear of a plebe) and put a hat ("cover") on top. This symbolizes the successful completion of their first year.
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  • 26. Vice President Biden Congratulating
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  • 28. Father pins 2ndLt Stripes on Son’s Uniform
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  • 31. Onsite planning and implementation initiated January 2006 by Jenni Goodwin , R.N., and Richard Matthews , M.D. . First site construction begun May 2006. Richard Matthews, M.D.. Richard Matthews, M.D..
  • 32. Houses for volunteers and local staff.
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  • 34. Clearing the Land and Putting up the boundary fences to prevent squatters
  • 35. Dr. Matthews cutting logs
  • 36. Tedora Vinder clinic Building a Clinic
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  • 39. Medical River Trip to the village of Masisea
  • 40. “ Innahuaya river trip. Sitting in our tent on the boats top deck heading home. You can see the weariness in our faces, ha.” “ We spent the 22 hours on the boat sleeping, reading, and chatting on our way to Innahuaya. “
  • 41. Waiting for Medical Services
  • 42. Lidocaine time Grandson wrote: “Well we are now working without any type of supervision. No doctor. No dentist. Just us college kids setting up, giving injections, and yanking teeth in new villages. We made it a point this morning for us to huddle up and all say a prayer over our clinic today. I truly believe that God is working through us when we are doing this job. We have had a couple weeks of training to do something that takes four years of school to figure out. I feel confident in what I know, but there is a lot that arises which I don’t know.”
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  • 45. Las Brisas church
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  • 47. 40 "The King will reply, 'I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.'   41 "Then he will say to those on his left, 'Depart from me,... 42 For I was … and you gave me nothing … Matthew 25 (NIV)
    • “ If you want to
    • enter life, obey the commandments.”
    • Matthew 19:17 NIV
    • “ Integrity guides decent people” Proverbs 11:3
    • Thou knowest the
    • commandments,
      • Do not commit adultery,
      • Do not steal,
      • Do not bear false witness,
      • Honour thy father and thy
      • mother…
      • Luke 18:20
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