He Will Show You Things To Come – Pastor Carter Conlon – Times Square Church – 04.14.2019

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Are your eyes on this life or on eternity? We must act in this life, but our priority must be eternity. Jesus has promised us that the Holy Spirit will give us insight and will declare the things that will come. We know where our real home is, but if we become distracted by the ways of this world we can see our rewards eroded. Everything that can be shaken will be shaken, so where is your foundation? Jesus is reaching out with encouragement. What will you prioritize in the days ahead? What about eternity? What about those incredible words: well done thou good and faithful servant? Seek first the Kingdom of God and receive the eyes to see what God would have us to see.

“I still have many things to say to you, but you cannot bear them now However, when He, the Spirit of truth, has come, He will guide you into all truth; for He will not speak on His own authority, but whatever He hears He will speak; and He will tell you things to come. He will glorify Me, for He will take of what is Mine and declare it to you. All things that the Father has are Mine. Therefore I said that He will take of Mine and declare it to you.

John 16:12-15

Education, Economics, Eternity: Steven Menking On The Hagmann And Hagmann Report Tonight (10.11.2016) At 8:00pm Eastern Time

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Amateurs,

Please join me tonight as I sit down with Doug and Joe Hagmann of The Hagmann and Hagmann Report from 8:00pm to 9:00pm eastern time and discuss my background, The Amateur Society, and current financial events in addition to topics in education, economics, and eternity.

Find out how to tune in to the broadcast by clicking the above link, going to their show page, and checking out the how to listen drop down menu. In a pinch you can always visit their YouTube channel to find the live stream or the archives.

I am overwhelmingly grateful today as I thank the Lord for this amazing opportunity to share my heart with a worldwide audience, address some critical questions, and provide actionable suggestions. Only by the grace of God have I arrived at this point, and I’m thrilled to see what the next chapter has in store.

A major shoutout is due to the Hagmanns and to all my brothers and sisters in Christ who have encouraged me and prayed for me.

God bless!

Steven

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Special Announcement: Steven Menking Will Be On The Hagmann and Hagmann Report On Tuesday 10.11.2016!

Special Announcement: Steven Menking Will Be On The Hagmann and Hagmann Report On Tuesday 10.11.2016!

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Fellow Amateurs,

I have an exciting announcement for you today! This upcoming Tuesday 10.11.2016 I will be featured as a guest on The Hagmann and Hagmann Report. Doug Hagmann and his son Joe are veteran investigators and their broadcast covers current events from a Biblical viewpoint and has reached audiences around the globe for many years. They are on air every weekday from 7:00pm to 10:00pm eastern time – check out the website for the show: Hagmann and Hagmann. Several articles from this page have recently been published on their news website: The Hagmann Report.

Doug and Joe have been extremely generous to invite me onto their airwaves to speak about topics in education, economics, and eternity. I will be on during the second hour from 8:00pm to 9:00pm, but I recommend that you join us for the entire broadcast as it will be packed full of critical, timely information from start to finish.

I am incredibly grateful to God as well as to the Hagmanns for this opportunity. They’re giving a rookie a shot, so make sure to be there as I step up to the plate! You can watch live on YouTube or go to the show website to find other ways to listen to the broadcast live or in archives.

God bless,

Steven

Onair

I Have a Few Questions

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Why do we typically make the insane assumption that we are always right?

How many times does a person or organization have to lie for you to no longer trust them?

What proportion of your opinions are robust to the sharpest level of criticism?

How many questions of substance do you ask yourself on a regular basis?

Why are we usually fully confident in our understanding of history?

When was the last time you fully researched an issue?

Who do you look to in order to define your worldview?

How much further advanced is technology than what is available to the consumer?

Why hasn’t physics been able to find a unified theory of gravity?

Why are we surprised at immorality when moral relativism is taught in schools?

At what point will people demand that crimes of corruption have consequences?

Why do we care about polls knowing that political statistics are universally manipulated?

How can unemployment be ~5% with ~100 million working age Americans not employed?

Why don’t all Western women’s rights activists call for reform in Islamic countries?

Have you heard of taqiyya?

Why don’t most Christians read the Bible?

What will happen to the unprepared and dependent in the event of a disaster?

Do you know how long you will live?

Do you know where you will spend eternity?

Do you know Jesus?

Does Jesus know you?

God’s Eternal Economy

When I was around eight years old I began to ask questions about time. I had a general idea about the notions of God and Heaven, but I wasn’t raised in an environment where Bible study was a component of my education. As such, the concept of an infinite eternity was overwhelming when I confronted it. Having been alive less than a decade and aware for an even shorter time, a period of just a couple months could feel like ‘forever’. One night while going to bed I started asking a few philosophical questions and immediately befuddled myself:

What happens when I die?
What is Heaven?
What does forever mean?
What comes after forever?

Continue reading “God’s Eternal Economy”