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Over some sparse, rumbling guitar plucks, Mark Kozelek memorializes Carissa, a mother who died in a fire at the age of He delivers with anxiety-driven urgency, sounding like he could just break down into a blubbering frenzy at any moment. The horn section rides along smoothly in comparison, cresting and dipping deftly as Waits sings vigorously, wounds exposed.
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Vedder sings the final chorus with renewed agony and then hums a hymnal-like, wordless tune before the instruments and Vedder both fade into silence. Over his claw-hammer finger picking, Earle lists a litany of afflictions—poverty, alcoholism, loneliness, klutziness, and lost youth and love—throughout a third person narrative.
But in the bridge, Earle shifts the perspective to that of the omniscient narrator. Over a cartoon toy cowgirl getting left under a bed. After a final tour the following year, the Grammy-winning country singer, TV host and actor recorded a farewell song for a the documentary Glen Campbell: Now, if you'll just listen closely, and keep in mind what I'm trying to say, it won't be long.
The case is the Word of God's promise versus the world. Now, a case cannot be called unless it's for some cause. You have to present the case. And the case that's called in this courtroom this afternoon And I want you, every one, I charge you to listen to the case.
Now, the case is the Word of God's promises versus the world. The case, and the cause for the indictment, is a breach of promise. Can you hear me all right? Raise up your hands if you're Around everywhere now, you can hear?
The--the indictment is a breach of promise. God made a promise and didn't stick to it. God's Word made a promise, so He's being--He's being brought in for a court case: E Now, the prosecuting attorney always represents the state, if I understand the courts right. So the prosecuting attorney in this is representing the world, and the prosecuting attorney is Satan.
He represents the world because the world belongs to him. And he's representing the world, and he is their prosecuting attorney. The Defendant in this case is Almighty God, the Defendant. And now, the defendant always has a defense witness, and the defense Witness in this case is the Holy Ghost. And now, we're going to And the prosecuting attorney also has some witnesses in the case; I'm going to name them.
And one of them is Mr. The next one is Mr. Skeptic, and the next one is Mr. These are the ones that is trying to get judgment against God. Now, we have the--all the--the characters called in now, and we're in court so we're going to call the court to order. E The court is called to alter--or order, and the prosecuting attorney now is going to call his first witness to give witness. And his first witness to the stand is Mr.
Unbeliever, and his complaint is that God's Word of promise is not altogether true. That's what his complaint is, the first witness is. He claims that he is a believer, though he isn't, but he claims he is. And he claims that he was 'tending, here some time ago, a Holy Ghost so-called meeting where the people were laying hands upon the people, and giving their Scriptural rights to do this, reading out of Mark 16, where I just read.
Unbeliever testifies, and he says that, "I had the hands of this, what was called the Holy Ghost-filled preacher lay his hands upon me, according to Mark 16, the promise that God made. And the man said he was a believer, and many claimed to be healed. And he laid his hands upon me, and that's been two months ago and nothing has happened.
Therefore the promise is not true. Unbeliever to step down. E The prosecuting attorney, Satan, calls his next witness. Next witness stands up is Mr. He said, "I went to a church. I was sick, and I went to a church that was supposed to have a godly pastor in it that had faith in God's Word. And he had a--a little cruse of oil setting upon his--on his desk, and all of his people that come in there that wanted to be prayed for, he anointed them with oil, reading the promise out of God's Word in James 5: Read the Word and said, 'If there be any sick among you, let them call the elders of the church.
Let them anoint them in oil, and pray over them, and the prayer of faith shall save the sick, and God shall raise him up. If they did any sin it shall be forgiven him. And that has been over a month ago, and I'm still just as sick as I was when he anointed me.
E And the prosecuting attorney, Satan, calls his--his next witness. His next witness is Mr. He just makes you--gets you so nervous you don't know what you're doing. Impatient, He claims that he One day while reading the Bible All these claim to be believers now And he--he claims that he was reading the Bible and he come across the passage of Mark And I accepted that promise five years ago and nothing has happened since. I'm still just as crippled as I ever was.
E Now, the prosecuting attorney has to kind of show the case off. So the prosecuting attorney, which is Satan, says to the public See?
And his believing children stepped up here and testified that they have accepted this claim that He has made in his Word to be the truth, and they have no results from it at all. E Also he claims that--that He's unfair to make such a promise to people, to His believing children, and is not able to back up what He said He would do.
Now, the prosecuting attorney is showing a hard case here against the defendant. The prosecuting attorney says, which is Satan, "yet God promises that all things are possible to believers. God says that in his Word. He thinks he's got it because the three witnesses have give witness, and give it to the Scripture and has quoted the Scripture right, and everything the way they--they've done it.
And now the prosecuting attorney is also sealing them little places that God promises that all things are possible to them that believe. E Yet, again, the prosecuting attorney speaks, Satan, and said, "God promises to be alive after He has been crucified. He promises He's alive yet.
And also He promises in his Scripture, Hebrews And He's unable to support or back up what He promises. He claims also in John Yet ye shall see Me, for because I live, you live also. And if God would come down, being the Word manifested in flesh here on earth, and would be able to do just the same things that--that--that God did, which was a man in human form, which was called by Abraham, "Elohim.
And He also claims that both heavens and earth will fail, but His Word will never fail. He's got witnesses to prove that this Word is not the truth. Now, you are both judge and jury this afternoon. You--your mind is the jury, and your actions is the judge. Whatever your jury's verdict is, you'll act out what your verdict is.
You'll have to do that, 'cause your actions speaks louder than your words. You can say something, but if you don't mean it you can't act it. Your actions will go louder than your words. Now, let the prosecuting attorney step down. He's give--had his witnesses and they've testified. The prosecuting attorney has placed the Word out here and sealed It just the way he wants it, for he thinks he's got the case completely sealed up now. So let the prosecuting attorney and his witnesses step down from the stand.
E Now, we will call the defense Witness, the Holy Spirit. You know if there's a defendant, there has to be a defense witness. So we'll call the defense Witness to defend the Defendant, the Holy Spirit. The first thing the Holy Spirit says when He steps up is this He wants to call the attention of the pros--to the prosecutor, the one that's trying to try the case that's indicted, that the prosecutor has misinterpreted the Word to the people, just like he did the first human being, Eve, in the garden of Eden.
He's misinterpreted the Word to the people, and the Holy Spirit, the defense Witness, calls the attention to this. He said that the--the prosecutor has said that these promises are to believers, and that believers is the only thing that the promise is to, not to unbelievers and skeptics. The defense Witnesses claims that God distinctly said that it was to believers, and calls the attention that each one that testified in protest against the Word, admitted that others claimed to be healed.
So that throws him out right now. But let's go on with the case a little while. And the defense Witness should know whether they are believers or not, because He is the One that quickens the Word. He knows whether they believe or not. Don't you think so? He knows whether they are believers or not, because He's the only one can put life in the Word. Here would be my body standing here.
Without a spirit, I'd be dead. But it's only life can quicken this body to move. And it's only the Holy Spirit that can quicken the Word. He's the only One that can put it in action. And He ought to know whether they are believers or not. And against their own testimony that they said others claimed to be healed, and others claimed to see these things, but they didn't.
Now, I see his witnesses already condemned. E But now, He quickens the Word. And again He wants to call the attention of the word of the prosecutor, or the prosecutes that's in question.
He never set any certain time for this healing. He said, "The prayer of faith shall save the sick.Lost Boyz - Renee
God shall raise them up. He said, "They shall recover, if they believe. I think we got a good defense Witness. He should know whether they believe or not; He could say that. And He--He certainly does correct the Scripture here, because the defense Witness always did that. In the Bible terms, the Word always corrects Itself. And we find that He said that Satan has misquoted the Word to that unbeliever, and the unbeliever knowed no different.
But the one that believed it knowed just exactly what it said and held onto it. What their claims was They couldn't prove it, but they claimed it themselves, and they was E Like we claim to be saved.
They say, "Well, show me how you're saved. The way I act proves whether I'm saved or not. No matter how much I testify, about a year you'll know how I live, whether I'm saved or not. Same way it is by healing. If you accept it and believe it, you're going to act like it.
There's going to be such a change in you, there's nothing can take it out of your mind, no more than your salvation. You've got to accept it on the same basis. By faith you are saved. Jesus said to the woman that touched His garment, He said, "Thy faith has saved thee. Now, that word there comes from the Greek word, "sozo," which means "saved--just like materially saved, or spiritually saved. He saved her from a premature grave, just the same as He saves you from hell. Sozo, the same Greek word is used.
Notice, "Thy faith has sozo saved thee from the sickness that you had. E Again, calling the attention now, the prosecutor has misquoted the Word. And God never said that they would jump up right quick as soon as they had hands laid on them. But He said they that believe would recover, that is, if he believes.
It's only to believers. And again, the--the defense Witness wants to call the attention to the court this afternoon that God said that His Word was a Seed. The Word is a Seed that a sower sowed. If this Seed falls in the right kind of soil, that's got enough fertility in it to make this seed spring to life, quicken it, it'll live. E Now, when a man plants a seed If you're a farmer, or know anything about planting any seed, if you plant a seed today Some corn, say, you put it in your garden, and tomorrow morning you'd go out and dig it up and look at it, and say, "Well, there's no difference in it.
It can't do it. When you dug it up, you spoiled the picture right there. You've got to commit it to the earth. And then it's up to the earth to do the rest of it. And every time that you look at your symptoms, testify about them, complain about them, God can never heal you.
You commit it to God and believe His Word. Sure it's a miracle. Whether it's sprouting, whether it's--whatever it's doing, you don't care.
God promised it, and potentially you have your healing when you accept it. It's in seed form. And if I asked you for a ear of corn and you gave me a grain of corn, potentially I have a ear of corn. Then I commit it to the ground, and water it, and keep all the weeds away from it that would draw the strength from the ground around it, keep the weeds out, then it'll automatically grow, because it's committed and it's a germitized seed.
Now, if the seed isn't germitized, it won't. But if the seed has the germ of life into it, there's nothing can keep it from growing. E Someone said, "What do you think about the resurrection? At the edge of the walk. See, when that sunshine And the world rocks around into position with that sun again, there's no way at all to hide it.
Life finds its way. It winds its way under that concrete and so forth, and comes right out to the end of the walk, and sticks its head up in praises to Almighty God. The sun, s-u-n, controls all botany life.
There's bound to be a resurrection. Don't care where you're at, you're coming anyhow. And you've got to get healed if you believe it and accept it. It's the seed that a sower sowed, and it fell into the ground. And if it comes Some fell on rocks, you know; it didn't have no root.
Some fell on thorns and disappointments, and that choked it out. But some went where there was no weeds, and thorns, and rocks.
Now, it depends on what you If you let some unbeliever come to your house, or--or some unbelieving person tell you, "Why, there's That stuff, that's no--there's no such a thing as that," you're letting weeds come in. Say, "God said so; that settles it. I'm healed, because I believe it in my heart. E Now, the defense Witness wants to call a few witnesses to the platform. Would we have time to do it? The defense Witness wants to call a witness now, His witnesses, as the prosecuting attorney called his witness.
The defense witness shall call first the prophet Noah. It had never rained upon the earth. God watered the earth by--the vegetation and so forth, by springs which is beneath the earth.
But one day God came to me and told me that it was going to rain waters out of the skies. I gave my message. And He told me to build an ark. That I did, and said it was going to rain water out of the skies.
Skeptic, and all them fellows setting there, they scoffed at me, and laughed at me for believing for such a miracle as that, when scientifically proved there is no water up there. So I pounded away. Unbelief scoffed at me. I pounded away till I built the ark. Every day they come by and said, 'Well, I guess it's going to rain today. Same way, "I thought you was well. I thought you was going to get well. Where's the rain at? You know, after all, prophet Noah, as you supposed to be one, you said that That--that's people that's pretending they are believers.
Skeptic, and those are. They claim they're believers. E "Well, prophet Noah, we always knowed you was a false prophet, 'cause you've got foolish ideas that don't cope with science. It don't cope with the modern trend. See, you--you don't cope with our pastors, that We know that you're not really a prophet, but you said it was going to rain. That was a month ago. I thought you said that God said so. The ark's completed, Noah setting in the door. He didn't say when.
He said it was going to rain. He didn't say when; He just said, 'It's going to rain. Get an ark; you'd be safe in it. It's going to rain. He said it's going to rain.
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And I've built the ark. He just said it's going to do it. Scoffer, all these others, Mr. Skeptic rather, and Mr. Impatient, they all made fun of me, and everything, and said I was crazy to believe such a rashal promise as that, that if God did promise me that, He told something that wasn't true, and He wasn't able to back up what He said.
But I believed God and held steady. They said, 'Well, the old fanatic went out there and shut the door, I suppose. No doubt that the rain will fall today. The first day passed by; there was no rain. Then they really scoffed at me. I don't believe such stuff as that. Noah shut the door hisself, him and his sons. It went on for a while. But on May the 17th, one morning, it rained, and it--it absolutely destroyed all those people that was put to a test against the Word of God, and saved those who believed God and made preparations for it.
Noah said, "Let me test it. Let's call another witness. We haven't got time this afternoon. Let's let the--the defense witness now call the second witness. Abraham said, "I was just an ordinary man, a believer. Sarah was sixty-five and I was seventy-five. I married her when she was about sixteen years old; she was my half-sister.
And she was sterile and I was She was barren and I was sterile. So there was no way for us to have this child. And so we went on for years. But God promised it, and we went down and got all the birdeye, and the pins and the--everything--got ready for the baby, and made the little booties.
And the first month passed by. And said, 'Now, Sarah is there any difference this last--these last twenty-eight days?
And we went on and on, year after year, and I still believed God.
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Impatient tried their best to get a way. They tried to tell me I was all wrong. You were a fine man. Everybody thought of you. But you went off on the deep end. You're believing something that can't be true.
It's unscientific for an old man like you and an old woman like Sarah to have a baby. It was twenty-five years later. He didn't tell me when I was going to have that baby, but He said I would have it. And I believed God, and counted anything that was contrary as though it was not. No matter how many scoffers said, "You're not.
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Get next to yourself. That's what genuine faith does; it don't know no doubt. But if you don't know that, you'll give up right quick. So, well, Abraham, I--I think you would--you would make a very good witness. Let's ask him something.
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I was a--a prophet. Everybody knowed that what I said the Lord honored, and they all believed me as a prophet. And one day there come something rashal, and it said, 'A virgin shall conceive. It's too strange, like Joseph. He--he wanted to believe Mary, but it was so unusual You see? So he said, "When I made that prophecy, everybody believed me. So every young girl got ready, that was unmarried, got ready to have a virgin-born child. Day after day, year after year, it passed on.
And then they begin to believe that I was a false prophet. But I know it was the same God that had always made these promises, so I stayed right with it. His Words come to pass. E Quickly let's call another witness.
Prepare the way of the Lord. Born from birth See? Moses, born to be a prophet, and here he was out in the wilderness after forty years of getting rid of his education that he'd got down from Egypt. And yet, God appeared to him, and spoke in a sign and in a voice, a Pillar of Fire, and a voice that was very Scriptural, and said this, "I'm with you, Moses.
You'll be My mouth. I--I didn't think that my mouth was worthy. I--I stammer a little. My--my--my speech is not good. And if you can't believe that, I know Aaron can speak well, your brother.
You be god and let him be your prophet. Let him perform, and you speak the Word. And I'll be in your mouth and speak the Word. So away I went.
Everybody laughed at me because I was, right then, eighty years old. I had white beard hanging way down like this. And I had my wife setting on a mule, and the little Gershom on her side. And I was going down to Egypt, and my eyes set towards heaven, and this old crooked stick in my hand, I was going down to take over: He did it with a crooked stick, where he couldn't do it with an army. But God said so; that settles it. E "So when I first come before holy father Pharaoh the pastor you know and performed the miracle that God told me to do, a sign with my hand, or with a stick, you know Pastor Pharaoh down there, he didn't want to cooperate with me to begin with.
But when I had to force my way in to get it, you know he kinda made--tried to make the work of the Lord look shady. He said he had some magicians there could do the same thing. And the carnal impersonators raised up to impersonate. Pastor Pharaoh said, 'You see. It's nothing but a magician, a souped-up magician. We got hospitals and things. Now, of course, I believe that. That ain't what God said. Now, he said, notice, said, "We He tried to make it look shady on my part, but I was positive.
I knowed that voice that spoke to me was the written and spoken Word of God for this age. So I just held steady, and He just shook them all away from me.
Let's pull up Joshua here. Joshua said, "Moses took one out of every tribe, every denomination, and he sent us over to spy out the land. And when we got there at the river and looked across there and seen those Amalekites, and the Amorites, Perizzites, and whatmore," said, "they were giants.
People screamed out for fear. If we ever sponsor a meeting like that, our organization will turn us out. We just can't do it. We--we can't have things like that; it's too shady. Yet they had the evidence: How can you do it, Pentecost? You spoke with tongues and interpret tongues, as you claim And then, how could you turn the very promised Word down for this age? Take part of It. You said, "It's a good land. We have our idea It--it's proven to be a good land.
But that one bunch of grapes wasn't all of it. All Palestine was full of it. And why can you doubt that when He brings Christ, the promise, the prophets, the Word, and everything, and it perfectly identifies it, and then turn back and say, "No, don't you cooperate with that meeting. If you do, I'll give you your papers. My name is written on the Lamb's Book of Life and every believer. E So they come back, and Joshua said I could stay there a long time, but I'm sure you know what I'm talking about.
So Joshua said, "I stilled the people. Remember, God said when we were in Egypt, 'I have given you this land. I give it to you. Now, you just go on in there and sweep it out, and plaster the walls. Joshua was told by God, "Everywhere the soles of your feet steps, that I've given you. You got to fight every inch of the way. If you haven't got no fight in you, then get out of the game. E I went in here not long ago; I believe it was in this state, Georgia Tech, or somewhere up there, was having a I'm wrong, it might have been in the east.
There'll be walk-a-round songs and talk-a-round songs Songs of the inn and stable. There'll be morning time songs and evening time songs And grace at every table. And Jingle bells will jingle all the way all day. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas Everywhere you go; There's a tree in the Grand Hotel, One in the park as well The sturdy kind that doesn't mind the snow. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas soon the bells will start And the thing that will make them ring is the carol that you sing Right within your heart.
Sleep Well, Little Children A. Klatzkin c Sleep well, little children, wherever you are; Tomorrow is Christmas beneath every star. Soon the snowflakes will fall and tomorrow you'll see Every wish, one and all, waiting under the tree. Sleep well, little children, pleasant dreams through the night; Tomorrow is Christmas, all merry and bright. Soon you'll hear the bells ring, time for dreams to come true As the world wakes to bring Merry Christmas to you.
Henry c The season is upon us now A time for gifts and giving And as the year draws to its close I think about my living The Christmas time when I was young, The magic and the wonder, But colors dull and candles dim, And dark my standing under O little Zachary, shining light You've set my soul to dreaming You've given back my joy in life And filled me with new meaning A Savior King was born that day, A baby just like you, And as the Magi came with gifts, I come with my gift too That peace on Earth fills up your time, That brotherhood surrounds you.
Weisberg c Tall in the saddle we spend Christmas day Driving the cattle on the snow-covered plains. All of the good gifts given today; Ours is the sky and the wide open range.
Back in the cities, they have different ways, Football and eggnog and Christmas parades. I'll take the blanket; I'll take the reins; Christmas for Cowboys and wide open plains. A campfire for warmth as we stop for the night; The stars overhead are the Christmas-tree lights.