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Dj Zel "Niu Soft" Hip Hop Beat www.djzelbeats.com [email protected] www.djzelbeats.com [email protected] https://www.djzelbeats.com https://www.youtube.com/djzelproduction https://www.facebook.com/djzelproduction https://twitter.com/djzel1 Write to me at [email protected] if you want to get a licence for this or another beats from my collection Bless TOP 20 Dj Zel Beats/Prod. RPS feat. Glaca & Ana Herrero : "Pozwól mi żyć (Są chwile)" Ascetoholix : Suczki (prod. Dj Zel, Doniu) RPS feat. Gandzior & Kobra : "Gruba impra z Rysiem 2" Liber : "Skarby" RAP ONE SHOT odcinek 4 : Bosski Roman Prod.DJ ZEL : Nie Daj Się Wciągnąć W Letarg RPS feat Pih "Zbyt duzo bólu" (prod: DJ. Zel) RPS feat. K8 & DJ. Zel : "Szczęście" (prod: DJ. Zel) Bosski Krak4 : Czym Jest Sukces (Dj Zel,Sokół & Marysia Starosta) Tadek Firma Solo : "Kresy" gościnnie Lukasyno(prod.DJ Zel) POPEK MONSTER feat.Borixon,Słoń : Sławy Szczyt (Dj Zel) DM2 - Kwas, Dj Zel : "Życie Na Nas Się Odbija" (skrecz Dj Luter) Maskot - : " Wariat" Bosski ft.Abradab : "Kwestia Wyboru (prod.DJ ZEL)" DZW : "CZAS POKAŻE" Roman Bosski : "Chory Kraj (prod. Dj Zel)" ŻETON (PAPU BAND) feat.DONO/TEWU & ANGELA WYNAR -„ZABIORĘ TO DO GROBU"/ prod Dj Zel Kwas/Dj Zel (DZW) - Dzień wolny dzień Żeton & Emuody ref. 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2. SNC Radio – April 2013

SNC Radio – April 2013

SNC Radio – April 2013 Compiled and blended by AmAr Patel 1. Since You've Been Away – Don Blackman [Arista] It was upsetting to hear about the passing of Don Blackman this week, another lost to cancer. For many of us that fell under the spell of rare groove and fusion, either in the seventies or during the hip hop renaissance a few decades later, Don was a master exponent. A revered songwriter, arranger and musician. His iconic debut album in 1982, which included the soul standards 'Holding You, Loving You' and 'Heart's Desire', was his greatest achievement but he also made telling contributions to records by influential musicians including Weldon Irvine ('Sinbad'), Lenny White ('Twennynine' and 'The Adventures of the Astral Pirates'), Tom Browne ('Love Approach') and Bernard Wright ('Nard'). Years later you could find his name among the credits on a Tupac or Janet Jackson album, such was the high esteem in which he continued to be held by his peers. From Don's voice and music I will always get two things: a sincerity and a real sense of fun. Let's keep those close as he passes into the next life. This tune is one of the often overlooked ones from 'Blackman', sampled by Madlib for his Beat Konducta series ('For My Mans'). And it is… https://itunes.apple.com/gb/artist/don-blackman/id155961603 www.rbmaradio.com/shows/don-blackman-fireside-chat 2. In Linistea Nopti – Rodion GA [Strut] Just when you think there is precious little mystery left in music out pops a maverick by the name of Rodion Rosca. A compilation of the mercurial bandleader's raw prog-like compositions is being released by Strut in association with Ambassador's Reception (www.ambassadorsreception.com) and Future Nuggets (futurenuggets.tumblr.com). Click on the link below to read some interesting facts about the weird and wonderful things he did with his Tesla machine, among other toys, in his quest for new sounds under the radar in Ceausescu's Romania. Then press play and lose yourself in one of the more reflective tracks on an album of otherwise tough rhythms, brain-frazzling synths and sci-fi FX. Think KPM cranked up to 11. Dilla would have lost his mind over this stuff. http://www.strut-records.com/content/musical-magic-unearthed-romania-journey-rodion-ga https://soundcloud.com/strut/rodion-g-a-cantec-fulger-the 3. Love is Lost – David Bowie [Sony] So much has been written and said about Bowie's triumphant return over the past four months that I actually fooled myself into thinking I'd listened to his new album when in fact … I hadn't. Yes yes, he's getting old – in other words safe and comfortable – and yes this new stuff isn't as good as the best of Ziggy, the Thin White Duke and the countless other facets of Davey Jones but make no mistake, he can still write a lyric and deliver it with drama like few others. (I almost opted for the weary nostalgia of 'Where Are We Now' but the riff on this one got its hooks into me.) Bowie's restless spirit of creative mischief, his knack for cultural appropriation and mutation throughout his career, is what sets him apart as our greatest living pop star. He made art for the masses. He reached the top and then continued to evolve. Seriously, who could claim to do the same today? Still trying to get into the V&A for that retrospective. Ah well, I will always have the music on tap… https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-next-day-deluxe-version/id590844404 4. Birds – Rhosyn [Blessing Force] In a similar vein to Elan Tamara, another of my favourite emerging female artists, Rose Dagul (performing as Rhosyn in tribute to writing place of Rhoscolyn, Anglesey) makes baroque and mildly melodramatic chamber pop with lyrical tales that seep into your head and make themselves at home. Real atmosphere and an aesthetic all of its own. This is my standout track from her debut EP 'Elbow of Capture', which Oxford label Blessing Force is offering as a limited run of 250 hand-numbered slabs of clear vinyl with screen-printed sleeves by Limited to just 250 hand-numbered copies on clear vinyl with screen-printed sleeves by Double Suns (http://doublesunscreen.tumblr.com) and a free digital download. Warning: they may have all gone by now. http://blessingforce.tumblr.com https://soundcloud.com/rrrhosyn 5. Angel Puke – J's Bee [Far Out] High-altitude jazz music, sophisticated in the right way, from seasoned collective J's Bee. Not much is known about this band except that they've been together for more than 10 years, played at various major festivals in Japan including Fuji Rock and held fast in their pursuit of a deeper conception of jazz, fusing electronic elements with more traditional instrumentation such as alto saxaphone, bass and acoustic guitar. The mood on this one is quite sombre and reflective, a strong indication that they're playing for more than themselves. As the press release explains: "'Isotope' was forged in the aftermath of Japan's nuclear catastrophe of 2011. A poignant depiction of our shared future hanging in the balance." http://farout.greedbag.com/buy/isotope-1/ http://www.jsbee.net 6. Brotherhood – Kamal Abdul Alim [BBE] Besides influential selectors such as Gilles Peterson, Bob Jones, Chris Bangs, Paul Murphy and Patrick Forge, Kev Beadle was also instrumental in unearthing forgotten jazz and fusion tracks to the dancers and diggers in London's fabled eighties and nineties era. Reminiscing about the legendary Sunday afternoon session Dingwalls, he says: "It became a ‘one-stop’ to hear exciting and up until then undiscovered gems. Tunes like The Pharoahs' ‘Freedom Road’ and Roy Porter’s ‘Jessica’ became ‘Camden anthems’ mainly because of the open-mindedness of both the DJs and the Sunday afternoon regulars as well as the hunger to hear new music." Another one that he mentions is this track by Kamal Adbul Alim (who's played with everyone from Manu DiBango to Frank Foster) and boy does it swing hard. Take a look at the personnel on the trumpeter's 1983 album 'Dance' and you'll understand why: Idris Muhammed (drums), Ron Burton (piano), Bobby Watson (alto and soprano sax), James Spaulding (alto and flute) among others. It goes without saying, surely: Kev's compilation is amazing. A very personal selection of the fierce and free, soulful and spiritual. http://www.bbemusic.com/releases/BBE219CDG/Kev%20Beadle%20-%20Kev%20Beadle%20presents%20Private%20Collection#.UWlQXBxLxJI 7. Jimi & Faye (Part One) – Romare [Black Acre] Blogs are going crazy about Romare right now and the hype is justified. For all the phases of development that electronic music and sampling have gone through over the past thirty-plus years there is always something – a new technology, a chance meeting, a happy accident – to alter the trajectory of experimental music. Inspired by the artist Romare Bearden, who explored African American heritage through collage, producer Romare has adopted a similar approach to music with his "meditations on Afrocentrism", the name of his first EP. This involves collecting samples from around the world – delta blues from his father's record collection, field recordings from west Africa, old documentary clips about sixties' America – and weaving these into more contemporary elements of black culture such as juke. “I wanted to make a sort of musical essay where the samples would act like footnotes and convey a particular theme to the listener," he explains. This all sounds very academic but fear not, this is music for body and mind. Interesting fact: on this loping, bluesy track the Jimi and Faye in question are Mr Hendrix and his Harlemite scenester acquaintance Faye Pridgeon who reminisces about her time with the young Jimi, lamenting how others wrote him off, misunderstood him or tried to hold him back. http://www.phonicarecords.com/product/view/113433 8. Treat Me Like Fire – Lion Babe [DL] I doubt that I'm the only one who feels a warm glow inside each time they hear this track. New York does soul duos very well: Heavy and J*Davey immediately spring to mind. You can add Lion Babe to that list, a fierce combination of vocalist Jillian Hervey (daughter of Vanessa Williams, no less) and producer Lucas Goodman (aka Astro Raw). Badu is obviously an influence on the phrasing of Hervey who has said, "I really respect her, she is a rhythm goddess. There’s never a time where I listen to her and I’m like, 'oh, she’s off, I’m not feeling it.' You feel it. You feel that inner rhythm within her." From a songwriting standpoint, 'The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill' is also mentioned in several interviews. Meanwhile Goodman recalls his love of Hendrix and Tribe. Not a bad couple of reference points. The mark of a great soul track is how effortless it sounds, from the crackle of the opening to the tone of the vocal and sentiment behind the words of want. Lion Babe have achieved that on their first release and I'm really excited to hear where they go from here. https://soundcloud.com/lionbabe 9. Goodnight – Philip Owusu [DL] One-time collaborator Robin Hannibal (Quadron, Boom Clap Batchelors) is currently riding high with his Rhye project but let's not forget the talents of singer songwriter Philip Owusu, who finally releases his debut album this year. 'Goodnight' premiered on Peterson's Worldwide show to rapturous applause, whetting our appetite for more delicately crafted textures and exquisite harmonies. He's fought through adversity (low-to-no budget, losing his voice) and debut solo album 'SUBS', his "tribute to society's underdogs" is almost ready to share. Owusu has written, performed, arranged and produced the whole project by himself, which was quite a challenge for an artist that's used to collaborating and having someone else who can help to make decisions and 'bring it on home'. So what or who this track all about? Over to the man himself: "The song is sort of like the story of Don Quixote, the knight that’s basically schizophrenic or whatever. It’s kind of about an anti-hero; it’s a guy who comes home and is received by his mum or girlfriend – his daughter or whatever – after a night of being drunk. In his delusion he’s fought a great battle but in real life he’s not so important. Maybe it’s autobiographical to some extent. It’s from a sketch for a song I did around the time of Owusu & Hannibal that I never finished but I always wanted to do. I was thinking about adding it to Owusu & Hannibal at that time, but for some reason I didn’t. I decided to keep it." http://philipowusu.bandcamp.com/ 10. Wakin on a Pretty Daze – Kurt Vile [Matador] You may have heard that I am three volumes into a special podcast series called 'Singers, Songs & Strings' (https://soundcloud.com/mrbongo/singers-songs-and-strings-1), which celebrates "the forgotten art of bare and beautiful song". Acoustic tracks and slow-burning ditties basically. One artist that is definitely in the running for future installments is Philadelphian Kurt Vile, whose album 'Smoke Ring For My Halo' blew me away last year. It's not the poetry of his lyrics or the ingenuity of his production, more the "guitar composer-y" lightness of his touch. Six of the tracks on his new album 'Walkin' on a Pretty Daze' (the product of more than 300 nights spent in hotel rooms on the road) clock in at more than six minutes including the title track, an apt summation of the mood he seems to conjure at will. I wager that wouldn't mind if he continued for a few minutes more. "Waking in the dawn of day, now I gotta think about what I wanna say," he begins. Some find him depressing. I think he's refreshing. http://kurtvile.com/ 11. My Love is So Strong for You – Geater Davis [Ubiquity] Davis was a gruff-voiced R'n'B singer from Texas with all the tools – emotionally resonant voice, gutsy songwriting and dextrous guitar playing – but precious few breaks. He who found himself a few years too late to party as listeners rushed towards a more funk-driven brand of soul in the seventies before jumping of the disco cliff. Producer Allen Orange brought the best out of him, no doubt, and scored a hit with debut 45 'Sweet Woman's Love' but his House of Orange label (and Seventy-Seven imprint) lacked the clout to propel Davis into the big time and he remained nothing more than a cult hero in the south-west. Ubiquity has compiled this strong representation of the man, who died from heart failure at the criminally young age of 38. https://www.ubiquityrecords.com/shop/products/GEATER-DAVIS-%252d-LOST-SOUL-.html 12. Houzou Houzou Wa – Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou [Analog Africa] How good is this record? Presenting the third volume of grooves from the tightest band in West Africa and their "skeletal essences of afro funk". In 2005 Analog Africa founder Samy Ben Redjeb began the first of several trips to Benin, the birthplace of Vodoun or voodoo, and collected hundreds of releases from the orchestra recorded between 1969 and 1983. That takes a while to get through so it's understandable that it's been three years since we last heard from them. This collection is the toughest of the bunch to date. 'Houzou Houzou Wa' really packs a punch – think James' 'Give it up, Turn it Loose' or Fela's 'Shakara' . It's a call to arms judging by the translated lyrics in the photo-packed booklet ("The revolution that has come to this country is good/You have to hit the enemy that are against it/And put them in prison to teach them a lesson"). It's also a great example of the killer rhythm section at work (Gustave Bentho on bass and Leopold Yehouessi on drums) and the astounding sound quality that holds up against anything recorded today (thanks to a Swiss Nagra reel-to-reel recorder and a few microphones). This transports you to the front-of-stage melee where earthen bodies gyrate and drip with sweat in a ritual with rhythm. http://boomkat.com/vinyl/684158-orchestre-poly-rythmo-de-cotonou-volume-3-the-skeletal-essences-of-voodoo-funk https://soundcloud.com/analog-africa 13. Damballah – Mop Mop [Agogo] Believe it or not, this exotic confection of tribal drums, ghostly brass, wind and vibes is produced by a group of Italian musicians led by producer/player Andrea Benini. 'Isle Of Magic' is an imaginary land populated by musicians who spend their time fishing, cooking, playing and practicing Voodoo rites at night. The soundtrack is loose and effortlessly beguiling with guests such as Fred Wesley and Trinidad-born poet Anthony Joseph featuring on Mop Mop's analogue-recorded fourth album. This instrumental is by far the most stripped down and sinister track. It's trance-inducing, creating a feeling of expectation, bordering on trepidation. http://www.mopmop.com/ 14. Dooyo – Dur-Dur Band [ATFA] Awesome Tapes from Africa is one of my essential music blogs, owning its territory and excavating sounds from the far corners of the continent. The first time I heard Dur-Dur Band I flipped out. It didn't matter that the cassette-tape hiss was clouding the groove. (Upon reflection, I think that's what they call charm.) It's a closing of the circle, a call from the Motherland, the point where music from 25 years ago sounds completely of the moment. Dur-Dur Band came up during a golden period of music in Mogadishu between the late sixties and the early nineties before civil war stifled artistic expression, a time where traditional qaraami Somalian music was being fused with western pop, Middle Eastern influences and jazz. Dur-Dur was considered to be a "private band" free from government pressure to sing about politics and instead preach a gospel of love and culture. "Dooyo" is a type of traditional Somali dance, here reimagined as a guitar-licked disco cut. The lady is singing: " I am warning you guys, I hear drums playing for me and it's healing me and I won't resist. It's my medicine. Dooyo has taken me over and I won't stop dancing." You go girl! http://www.scdistribution.com/music-shop.html?class=artist&artist=Dur-Dur%20Band http://www.awesometapes.com/ 15. Boosted – Letherette [Ninja Tune] Wolverhampton's answer to Daft Punk. That's how I tend to think of Richard Roberts and Andy Harber on account of their love of filtered house, flickering vocal samples and feel-good soul. To be fair though, they work with other tempos as this beat collage demonstrates. The hip hop aesthetic is in their blood. In fact, I first heard of them through Andrew Meza's excellent BTS Radio show (http://www.btsradio.com/html/letherette_beat_showcase.html), teasing me with a playlist of almost exclusively CDR beats and trax. After a couple of well-received EPs it's time for the debut album, released on Ninja Tune. http://ninjatune.net/artist/letherette 16. You're Gonna Make Me Love Someone Else (M+M mix) – Jones Girls [BBE] "M + M" stands for Morales and Munzibai, a partnership whose output from 1982 till 1990 exceeded more than 650 carefully tweaked mixes. A staggering achievement before you even consider the quality of the material (Inner Life's "I'm Caught Up in a One Night Love Affair, Universal Robot Band's 'BBE' and Jean Carne's 'Was That All There Was'). Munzibai passed away in 1991 but John Morales continues to work his magic and preach the art of the mix (http://djjohnmorales.wordpress.com), an art that he started to explore in the late seventies when he began to make his own edits using the pause button of a Teac cassette deck. The aim was to make the most of the records in the box and get people dancing. The Sony reel-to-reel followed and the rest is history. Tom Moulton, a man who knows a thing or two about an edit and is credited with giving us the 12" version, says: "John always adds that sparkle in a mix that seems to bring out the energy and excitement when he works on something." This party starter is taken from the third volume, which features M's take on Marvin Gaye's 'I Want You' and Teddy P's 'Only You' among others. http://www.bbemusic.com/releases/BBE211CLP2/John%20Morales%20-%20John%20Morales%20presents%20The%20M&M%20Mixes%20Volume%203%20Part%20B#.UWmWIhxu51E 17. Flotsam (Oriol remix) – Sonarpilot [Sonarpilot Audio] Oriol's debut album on Planet Mu in 2011 was a real highlight for me amid a rapid fire of otherwise sub-bass-drenched mediocrity. His use of vocal textures and space stay with you long after the track fades out. These tricks are employed to great effect on this remix for Sonarpilot (producer Michael Moppert), who has released his second album of electronic meanderings backed by bunch of remixes by luminaries such as Ramadanman and Aybee as well as Oriol of course. Working checking out. http://www.sp-audio.com/ 18. Red Hot – RP Boo [Planet Mu] The footwork revolution continues. For those that aren't aware, footwork is a frenetic, scrambled and syncopated style of ghetto music that originates from Chicago. (This article is a useful primer: http://www.residentadvisor.net/feature.aspx?1235.) Hallowed names such as Spinn and Rashad are becoming well known in club circles outside the US but the true originator of this genre is apparently this man, RP Boo (Kavain Space), whose sample- and rap-laced R-70 throwdowns are among the most challenging in the cannon. Under the tutelage of early inspirations such as DJ Slugo, Deeon, Milton and the House-O-Matics dance clique, he set to work with his old equipment and began to knock out pre-millennium classics such as 'Baby Come On' and '11-47-99'. Planet Mu has been a loyal supporter of the footwork scene and will release Boo's album, 'Legacy' in May. 'Red Hot' is a proper workout of chopped horns, dizzying toms and hectic bleeps. Surprisingly easy to get used to. Dance to? That's another matter.   http://www.planet.mu/discography/ZIQ335 19. Voyeur – James Blake [1-800-Dinosaur] I was more partial to James Blake's daring productions (particularly 'CMYK') than his fragile vocal meander on tracks such as 'Limit to your Love'. However with his second album, 'Overgrown', he really has stepped up behind the mic. The calibre of his songwriting and phrasing is stunning in places, emulating the flutter of a Joni Mitchell or Prince by piano, simultaneously being awkward yet endearing in a very 'blue-eyed-soul' way. At times, particularly on 'Retrograde' and 'Our Love Comes Back', his music reaches a sublime level of stimulation, inducing a state of splendid isolation where the world feels cold and yet visceral and inviting. For the most part, each track is a perfect marriage of vocal, probing synths and sympathetic programming. Occasionally you have songs like 'Voyeur' where the production steals the show. It's the most pulsating track on the album, and the most devastating because the BPMs blindside you. No one else is making emotionally raw experimental music like this for Radio 1. http://jamesblakemusic.com/ 20. Argo – JTC [Hoya Hoya] James T Cotton, the house alias of producers' producer Dabrye, returns with another EP of winners, four shades of floor-filling trax. I have opted for the cosmic boogie of 'Argo' – a rolling combination of arpeggios, 808s and claps. Everything Dabrye does is top-notch. http://boomkat.com/vinyl/654524-jtc-park-days-ep 21. Straight & Narrow – Falty DL [Ninja Tune] Falty DL, New York-based Drew Lustman, is consistently one of the strongest producers outside the UK at the moment, putting soul into the machine whenever he can. He draws on everything from hip hop and garage to jungle and Detroit techno. Perhaps it's his way of evading the dreaded pigeonhole as he explained to The Daily Swarm: "There’s a conscious part of me trying to develop a certain kind of sound. What gets released is such a small percentage of the music I make. I made a hip-hop track last weekend; I made a jungle track two weeks ago. Those may never come out, but if I decided to put those together with ten other ones then that would provide the next question from a journalist: 'Have you tried to move away from house music and make jungle again?' What ends up coming out is always a bit of a coin toss. A part of the problem has to do with the label and what they think is a little more hip. I like making so many different kinds of music that I can never really decide what I want to do until I start to compile the release; then it starts to take some sort of shape." With 'Hardcourage', during the making of which the artist fell in love – or lust as he put it – DL has succeeded in making another meaningful and thoughtful album, cinematic in scope but primal in its power to take hold on the floor. There's no better example of this than the seemingly straightforward yet richly textured 'Straight & Narrow'. That vocal snippet is deadly. Look out for releases on his new label, Blueberry records. http://ninjatune.net/release/faltydl/hardcourage-2 22. Luminous View – Jorge Velez [Rush Hour] Following on from those remarkable Burrell Brothers and Dream 2 Science releases, the crew at Rush Hour next shine a light on Jersey City's Jorge Velez and his ethereal analogue-to-tape productions from the early nineties. Velez subsequently released tracks under the name of Professor Genius (for Italians Do it Better, Thisisnotanexit and L.I.E.S.) – when not earning a living as a film editor for reality TV, that is – but these hissed recordings have a playfulness and eerie atmosphere that set them apart. http://www.rushhour.nl/store_detailed.php?item=67860 23. Am Fentser – Max Graef [Tartelet] Max is 19 years old and already making a name for himself in Berlin with his deft compositions, which draw on many strands of contemporary bass music … and jazz if this Andy Bey-sampling roller is anything to go by. It's a collaboration with Muff Deep by the way, available on a very impressive three-track 12" being put out on Copenhagen label Tartlet. https://soundcloud.com/tartelet-records/max-graef-am-fenster 24. Lose it (Actress mix) – Moiré [Werkdiscs] 'Lose It' is the debut EP from London-based producer Moiré, the result of "a lack of sleep, the obsessive expressions of a mind inspired by the city and the scene that has surrounded him for a long time". Okay. The lead track is a disorientating collaboration with Lessons and singer Heigi Vogel. It's a very minimal arrangement with an almighty thud propelling it through a sonorous, glitchy cloud. Werkdiscs label owner Actress somehow manages to make his mix even more dominant, looping spluttering fragments of Heidi's vocal over an intense techno pulse. A promising new talent with a healthy disregard for convention and a taste for the extreme. http://boomkat.com/vinyl/640675-moire-never-sleep-w-actress-remix 25. Working (Marcellus Pittman mix) – Nina Kraviz [Rekids] At the risk of objectifying the woman – although some claim that she does this to herself (http://www.clashmusic.com/features/nina-kraviz-trapped-in-gender-politics) – every time I see Nina Kraviz she brings a smile to my face. Now that's not just because she is a beautiful woman. It's because she is a superb DJ, a true professional getting ahead in a man's world by playing consistently high-quality sets to expectant audiences around the world. The tension and energy levelthat Kraviz manages to maintain when she plays out is quite unique. Take a look at her recent appearance in the Boiler Room (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xogJgUteDAs) or at Secretsundaze (http://www.be-at.tv/brands/electric-brixton/secretsundaze-easter-thursday) and you will appreciate how a crowd is in thrall to her. Her productions follow a similar aesthetic, melding minimal techno, more peak-time trax and acid. Here Marcellus Pittman breaks off a piece of the original from Nina's debut album and, after a patient build up with a smattering of tribal drums, contorts it into a mind-bending acid trip. As Kraviz herself puts it: "This is so damn good. It's wild and goes nowhere but gets you right there." http://www.beatport.com/track/working-marcellus-pittman-remix/4082688 26. Tangish – Virginia [Ostgut Ton] Virginia was a DJ in Munich for several years before becoming a resident at the Panorana Bar in Berlin. She also provided the vocal on Steffi's 'Yours' a while back. This is her first 12" for Ostgut Ton and it features a solid quartet of tech house tracks that each focus on a particular variation, from jackin' rhythms to arpeggiated synth lines. The yearning vocal on 'Tangish' evokes a mood similar to 'My Love Turns to Liquid' by Dream 2 Science – a favourite from my last podcast https://soundcloud.com/amarofpatel/snc-radio_july-2012-1) as a jagged bassline cuts through the warm air. http://berghain.de/label/record/98 27. Sentimental Journey – Weird Guilders [Rush Hour] Not so long ago Rush Hour records asked Gerd Janson to compile an album of ambient-not-ambient music to follow his 'Computer Incarnations for World Peace' series. The result is a deliciously leftfield selection of proto-house, Kraftwerk-inspired techno and other electro excursions by contemporary favourites Ame, Move D, Tom Trago and Marco Passarani among others. The aim on this compilation was to explore the space between the industrial and new age without reverting to the usual post-punk and disco reference points. Yet one of my favourite tracks on here is the one funk groove on the album, a zany last-night-on-earth anthem with a touch of Talking Heads about it. I know nothing about Weird Guilders but with a name like that they should be huge. http://boomkat.com/downloads/638710-gerd-janson-gerd-janson-presents-musik-for-autobahns http://www.rushhour.nl/store_detailed.php?item=67998 28. If You Got to Believe in Something – Gemini [Strut] I'm still getting a lot of pleasure from 'Only 4 U', the Cajual records compilation that Strut released last year. Started by Curtis Jones (Cajmere/Green Velvet) in 1992, amid the sea change to hip hop, Cajual was chiefly responsible for a second wave of Chicago house music following the golden age of Trax and DJ International. Tracks such as 'Brighter Days' (Cajmere with Dajae), ' Day by Day' (Dajae), 'Dream States' (Derrick Carter) and this deep one by Gemini have become all-time classics. The label also helped to bring through new talent such as Chez Damier and Glenn Underground. Stripped down and raw house with gospel at the core. Amen. http://www.strut-records.com/content/only-4-u-sound-cajmere-cajual-records-1992-2012

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3. The Bad Times Can't Stop The Good Times

  • Published: 2014-05-23T09:22:07Z
  • By Dism
The Bad Times Can't Stop The Good Times

The Bad Times can't stop The Good Times I made this mix for the Belgian Mind Warp radio show and decided to put it online together with accompanying liner notes for every song. The content of each track reflects the socio economic situation in the late 70’s, which was pretty gnarly. I always listen to the lyrics, I can’t help it, and if you do this too, you’ll have noticed that there’s quite a lot of dancefloor oriented songs about bad times, hard times, etc. In a way this music inscribes itself in the blues tradition although it is disco dance music. I personally love the contrast between sad content and music you just have to move to. 1. The Valentine Brothers – Money’s too tight to mention – Bridge records US en energy UK 1982. One of John and William "Billy" Valentine’s biggest hits. Got to nr. 41 in the R&B charts in 1982. In the nineties it was succesfully covered by Simply Red. Coincidentally Billy Valentine sung another song about money with the Young Holt Ultd in 1969. An excellent song that can be found on the album Soulful Strut. About the lyrics The song tells the story of the average joe getting fired and as is the case for many americans, he has no buffer and once unemployment comes around the corner he and his family dive under the poverty limit. The rent is due, the kids all need brand new shoes… Our man tries to catch a break and asks for help, First at the bank, then his brotherman and finally he turns to the almighty father. Three times the answer is that the money’s too tight to mention. Reagonomics are mentioned in the song. The term refers to the Reagan administration’s economic policy which primarily favored the rich. We're talking 'bout reaganomics, Oh lord down in the congress, They're passing all kinds of bills, From up there on capitol hill Cutbacks! 2. The Night People – Inflation - TSOB 1980 Inflation never shook the charts. The flipside of this 12 inch on TSOB had a little more success but personally I like Inflation much better. The night people consisted of Earl Young, Blanche Carter, and Darryl Grant. Now, Earl Young immediately rings a bell. He’s the founder of the well known group The Trammps, who rocked many a dancefloor with their hit Disco Inferno. He’s also recognized as the drummer who developed the classic four to the floor disco beat which defined the philly sound and the sound of disco in general. This story can be found all over the internet. The interview with mr. Young in the BBE records documentary ‘get down with the philly sound’ is worth to check out. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-xNs12ivN8 Thx BBE and DFP! (BBE is one of my favorite labels. They’ve been churning out comp after comp, full of the finest in underground dancefloor classics. Truly a force to be reckoned with in the rehabilition of countless superb musicians and artists.) Blanche Carter was a vocalist and had a couple of minor hits which were picked up on the northern soul en disco scene. Also on TSOB she released Straight down to the bone in 1981. Lastly, Darryl Grant. He was a part of Fat Larry’s Band, another philly based disco-funk-soul band. One of their greatest hits was Act like you know in 1982. Of course the bassline from that song was taken from Help is on the way by The Whatnauts, which was previously released in 1981. Later sampled by De La Soul in Ring Ring (Ha Ha Hey)" in 1991. About the lyrics: The subject of this boogie is the inflation of the dollar. Inlfation in the nation! I guess it’s Earl Young rappin’ about inflation, taxes goin’ up and everybody find themselves between a rock and a hard place. Fie fi fo fi fo fo fum I need some money gotta get me some, greenbacks, money, dollar bills, gotta get some cash. Everybody’s squeezing the dollar, trying to make it last! Inflation in the nation, the consumer’s going broke… 3. Ernie Watts – Just Holdin’ on – Elektra 1980 Ernie Watts, an excellent saxophone player primarily known on the jazz scene but also as Marvin Gaye’s saxophone player. To pay the bills he jumped on the disco train and released this great underground disco boogie anthem. Just holdin’ on has a fantastic female vocal refrain. Who was the singer I asked myself. I think it was the female vocalist mentioned as ‘Charity’. Does anybody know anything about her? About the lyrics The song’s about holding on even when the times get tough. You could interpret the lyrics as such in the context of the economic crisis but you could just as well interpret it as a song about the difficult profession that a musician has. We ain’t got no money no no no no, we ain’t got no money and we got bills to pay, it ain’t funny… On to the next track, a semi-educational disco rap. 4. Sharod ‘school’n – put your mind to the message’ funk groove Music publishing company 1980 Disco Rap, is one of my favorite genres but I guess I’m part of a really small group of people. It gets some credit, but it should get more. It’s no surprise to see that disco rap quickly became the vehicle for social commentary as the place where it originated was a true hell hole (do I need to mention the message?). But even before that, disco rap also became a means to reach out to the younger generations. There are several disco raps who try to bring a positive message to the youth. Producers, Mc’s, Musicians quickly saw that disco rap was the new thing the kids were raving about. These records are often overlooked and even within the genre this kind of records don’t get enough credit. I like to call it Square Rap, it’s not very cool at all and it’s probably one of the reasons these tracks are ignored. But I personally discovered over the years that a lot of these tunes are funky as hell! I chose this track by Sharod because it’s a funky jam and the rapper’s got flow. His name’s Ben ‘Sharod’ Jones. A couple years after school’n, his first release, he released ‘it’s the death’ on twin city records, a boogie rap about the damage caused by and danger of drug abuse. A rare and funky record. I’m wondering if the Ben Sharod Jones on these records is the same guy which is the Supervisory Special Agent at Drug Enforcement Administration in Sugarland Texas today? Maybe. About the lyrics Ben Sharod Jones raps about the importance of good education, going to class and the opportunities you can create for yourself by doing so. The guy’s giving out free study advice and I love it. If the rap’s too lame for ya, you can unleash the instrumental on the dancefloor, the great saxophone gets a little more room there. I’m listing up some of the greatest lyrics in this track: A short list of 70’s basketball stars who, according to Sharod, wouldn’t have gotten very far without their education. If doctor jay didn’t stay in school he may not have such pretty moves If abdul jabbar didn’t study the books he may not have been able to make a sky hook Sure Magic Johnson, he’s making the cash, but it didn’t come easy, he had tests to pass Getting educated can also help you rap right: going to english, learning how to speak, put the words to the Music and rap into the beat Picking up girls, get educated yo! you and your homie walking down the street, up pop two ladies you’d love to meet, one has the money the other has the car, you don’t have nothing, don’t get very far, talking to the ladies trying to pop yo game, how you gonna sound with nothing in yo brain? The girls say: We don’t want a man who’s going nowhere, get yourself together, show us that you care. Sharod: School’s the place to learn what you can, when you get finished you’re a better man. School’s the place to go and learn what you like, lady your diploma will be outtasight! I can’t continue without mentioning education wrap van community people released on delmar recordings. It’s not in the mix but you can find it on youtube. It’s another disco rap that has got truly great instrumental parts. The rap lacks a little punch and is kinda condescending but I love the Music, especially the piano towards the end. On with some more socially motivated disco rap! 5. Nuri – let’s vote – Tryon Park/Tommy Boy 1980 Erik Nuri hails from Harlem NY. Today he’s known best as a music executive but he started out as a saxophone player. He had a local band called Erik Nuri and the cost of living. At the same time he was studying political science at Harvard University and he was working as an administrative assistant for the black caucus of Massachusetts. In Erik Nuri the World of politics and Music came together and back in 1980 he got the idea to make a rap song about the importance of voting. He wanted to motivate Young and old and let them realize that each vote counts and it's important to be a conscious voter. According to him it’s the only way to make democracy work for you (he’s right you know, so unite!). The track was a small radiohit and it was catchy enough to stick with some people. NY politician Ray Green used it in his campaign and apparently it helped him mobilize some voters. About the lyrics: This early rap, backed by a live band has got some great energy. There are some clever passages which are listed here below: Now this land is ruled by a democracy That's supposed to include you and me It provides a way to get your problems solved, But first you've got to get involved. Wanna talk to you about politics And what it means to me and you, So we can realize that to better our daily lives There's a simple thing each one of us can do... Let's vote, let's vote We've got to have somebody looking out for us. Or else time and time and time again Your congressman won't be your friend. There’s a great lyric aimed at the partygoers: Now come on come on you got to confess that for two hours you’ll wait in line just to get into a disco and boogie your behind, but on election day wadda ya say? Oh later my man, I just don’t have the time… You’re blind, from the reefer and the wine but the benefits of good politics can elevate your mind! 6. Greg Henderson – Dreaming – SAM-greyhound 1980 15 min 30 - 20 min 06 There’s some grade A boogie funk credited to Greg Henderson, but there’s not a lot of it. Most of it originally got released on rain records. Dreaming was also released op the SAM label and in the UK on Greyhound productions. These releases are less hard to find, and a lot cheaper to get than the one on rain records. The true heads will also know the excellent dancing to the beat by henderson & whitefield and masterforce with don’t fight the feeling. Henderson provided his special disco touch to both tracks. About the lyrics There’s an uplifting positive message shining through this lovely bass driven jam. It’s the positive thinking that will get you there basically. Dreaming, gotta keep believing. Dreaming come true for you. You can do what you want to, you can get what you need. You can be who you want to be it can happen if you just believe. 7. Le Cop – Law, order & Peace, K. Shavonne records 1979 I don’t know anything about the Group or the label. The record is rare and there's funky shit to be found on both sides of the 12 inch. The track was written and arranged by Mel Doby & VJ Smith and produced by Bob Johnson (production is kinda weak imho). If anybody knows more, please do share. About the lyrics: The song is a plea for more law and order in society. We gotta have a little law and order, we’ve got to live in peace. Basically they want more boys in blue on the streets. 8. Eddie Cheba looking good – tree line records Eddie Cheba was a NY disco DJ and rapper who was really on top in the seventies. He teamed up with DJ Hollywood and together they stood at the cradle of what became Hip Hop. He was an absolute legend on the mic and had the call and response technique locked down (Who makes it sweeter? Cheba cheba!). He never grew out of the disco rap scene though. He moved to Paris in 1980 where he was living the life primarily as a DJ. By the time he got back in NY the scene had changed dramatically and he found it wasn’t his thing. I can relate to that because, frankly I love the sweet, funky disco sound much more than the cheap, crack driven, electro sound that was developed in 80's rap. Personally I don’t like it and yes I know it’s a matter of personal preference. I just have real difficulty understanding how def jam records got so big with that rock sound. I don’t care for run dmc or the beastie boys. Frankly, they really lack some flow when I compare it to some MC’s I like. Anyhow, there’s an interview with Eddie Cheba that you can read here: http://hiphop101a.blogspot.be/2007/09/cheeba-cheeba-yall.html About the lyrics: The track’s called looking good and it opens with a funny, funky rap about the hard economic times: Wall street’s crying, the dollars dying, if taxes keep on going up you won’t be able to shake yo butt. The clothes on your back will stay on the rack, and all the things that you usually do you’ll just have to cut back…. The track is beautifully arranged and I love the soulful break where Cheba sings. I also love to spin the instrumental from time to time. 9. Loose jointz shoot the pump – Zoo york records/Island records 1981 I’m closing this mix with what may be my favorite record from the era. Not just the sound but the whole scene where it originated from, the graphics of the sleeve, everything is just so fresh and beautiful. I have a deep love and respect for this record and there’s so much history to it. The story of J. Walter Negro and the Loose Jointz is a sad and mysterious one. It was dug up on the blog tofuhut by John Seroff (thank you!) and by blogger undercover black man. In these articles saxophone player Pablo Calogero, Alan Leeds and others, tell a big part of the story and you can read all about it here: http://tofuhut.blogspot.be/2005/03/l-to-r-futura-2000-on-cowbelllenard.html http://undercoverblackman.blogspot.be/2007/01/rare-groove-shoot-pump.html http://www.futureproducers.com/forums/music-genres/rap-hip-hop-r-b/shoot-pump-j-walter-negro-104578/ J. Walter Negro was the moniker of Marc André (ALI) Edmunds. A talented young New Yorker who was part of the early graffiti movement and the sunshine rebels/bandshell/parkie movement that originated in and around NY’s central park. This is the same scene of dog town east, the early skateboarding counterpart of the west coast dog town. There’s a guy trying to get the story of the sunshine rebels out there and he's working on a documentary. It seems very interesting to me and I hope he gets it together. You can have a peek here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUbmzrAiCl8 Anyway, Edmunds and Calogero were taggers together with legends Zephyr, Dondi en Futura 2000. Both of them also went to the same school as J.M. Basquiat. Needless to say these guys were part of a vibrant, young and creative community that eventually would impact the world. Frankly it’s crazy to think that a Belgian guy like me, and countless others all over the world grew up doing and loving the things they started back then. Without the internet and the unselfish efforts of diggers and bloggers (let’s call them Freestyle historians) I would never know where this all came from. The label it was released on first is called Zoo York records (it was also released on Island records) and actually the term Zoo York was an invention of Marc Edmunds. It will sound familiar in skateboarders’ ears and the zoo york skateboard company actually borrowed the name from Edmunds, so they say. On their website it is stated that they tracked down Edmunds in 1994 and got permission to use the term as a company name. I do have questions about that because I thought Edmunds died prior to 1994. I’m probably wrong. The track I’m raving about is an awesome upbeat latin flavoured funk track. Typical seventies NY sounding and it’s got one of the coolest raps from the seventies to go with that. About the lyrics: It’s summer in the city and it’s hot out there! Two young cats want to shoot the pump, which is basically opening up the fire hydrant with a monkey wrench. Putting an empty can without bottom or top on the waterjet enables one to point the jet, be it a passing convertible or a young busty momma dressed in a top and hot pants. This was and is a favorite pastime in the sundrenched streets of US cities. These two cats are having a lot of fun until the cops show up and practically immediately gun down one of the two rascals. They thought he had a gun in his hand, but of course it turns out to be the monkey wrench. The cops can’t get out of there fast enough. To know the rest of the story, you’ll have to listen to the track ;-) What happens in this song kind of reflects the lawlessness of the ghetto and the shoot first, ask questions later policy of urban law enforcement. I wish Marc Edmunds and the Loose Jointz would’ve have gotten more recognition in their day. And I would love to hear the other stuff they made. Apparently the band recorded a whole album that never got released. On youtube you can find one more track ‘ron e raygun’, it is not as funky and catchy as shoot the pump, but it has the same edge and socially conscious content. Big Up ALI, big up Loose Jointz, thank you for making this record, know that it is cherished to this day. One last little piece of knowledge, famous disco and house DJ Joey Negro derived his DJ name from J. W. Negro. Peace out, Dism

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4. DOM IN 8 TRICKS

  • Published: 2013-05-03T08:43:23Z
  • By Thai Chy
DOM IN 8 TRICKS

Deena’s voice is soft, gentle and poised. She's annoyingly polite. You know like the kind of polite you wanna slap because it's too nice? She walks with her head held high, however, but always humble and cautious. She's kind, loving and sometimes stupidly generous. Most would like to take advantage of her and she would happily let them if the occasion is dire but she isn't a stupid woman, by any means… It's a beautiful day and she sets out on the 101 fwy from her business meeting in the Valley, heading towards Downtown L.A. Or what the locals now affectionately call, "DTLA." She sings in her car happily, cautiously driving her sleek Lexus Hybrid through the busy freeway. She's somewhat absentminded and relaxed. It's just another day, although, the day has gone quite well for her. Deena finally arrives at this old, white, vintage building in the heart of DTLA. Standing at a modest, 15 stories high, she was built in the 1920’s. With great intricate detailing in the inner and outer architecture of the building, she stands proudly telling stories in her bone structure, housing spirits of mobsters, businessmen, politicians and beautiful women donned as badges and trophies. She's been well taken care of and with the efforts of the Historical Society; she has been well preserved and tastefully upgraded. Deena loves this place... And for very good reason it is called, ‘La Maison’. She pulls up to valet and is immediately greeted by the parking attendant, "Ms. Deena, it's good to see you." Thank u, Johnny," she replies. "Is your wife better?" "Yes, thank you for asking," Johnny replies happily. She smiles and walks through the revolving doors and is greeted by the brightest and shiniest carrera marble floors that cover the entire area of the lobby. The lobby is white; furniture, artwork, everything. Sitting at the lobby reception desk is a beautiful Latin woman named Vanessa with dark features, thick lips and beautiful, straight, long hair. "Ms. Deena, welcome!" Vanessa says. "Hi honey. Did I receive any packages?" Asks Deena. "No, not today, Ms. Deena," Vanessa answers. Slightly, annoyed, Deena says 'thank you' and walks into the elevators where another attendant is waiting to greet her. "Ms. Deena," he tips his hat. She smiles and says, "Carlos." He waves a key card in front of a sensor panel just above the numbers designated for each floor. The panel light lights up green and he presses the "15" button. Immediately the doors open to a rather plush, two story apartment. Carlos bids Deena a good night and the doors close behind her. There is a large round table proudly displaying a huge, gorgeous exotic flower arrangement in the center of the grand foyer. Deena's taste is quite eclectic. Her walls are white, with tall ceilings at about 20 ft with huge windows overlooking DTLA. She has opted for oversized canvas paintings of graffiti art carefully positioned throughout the apartment as well as artwork imported from Asia. Sculptures of local artists sit strategically displayed as well. Charlie Parker plays serenely in the background, incense burns playfully and Carmen, the Chef, has greeted Deena and lets her know that dinner will be ready in 30 minutes. "Thank you, Carmen," says Deena with a smile. Deena takes her shoes off by the large round table, sets her briefcase and purse down. Immediately, her toes hug the ridges in the wooden floor. The coolness of the floor feels good under her feet, Deena thinks to herself. She heads to the back of the apartment, passed the living room and through a set of impressive white Moroccan double doors that were salvaged and imported just for this space. Through these double doors, there are two wings. To the right are two bedrooms for guests and to the left are the grand master suite and a study adjacent to it. Deena's room is different. Darker, warmer colors on the wall to comfort her, a beautiful plush duvet rests on her king size bed, suitably dressed for a Queen. Her headboard overpowers the room, commanding presence and respect. Deena starts to undress and sits her iPad on her Bose docking system. She hits shuffle and she heads for the shower. While the steam from the water colors the bathroom walls, Deena is in deep thought. She breathes calmly, in a meditative rhythm, her eyes closed. As the steam closes in on her reflection in the mirror, she stares at herself. She morphs right in front of her eyes. Her stare deep and her eyes glaze over. Deena is staring at someone else in the mirror now. Her dark hair is long, tickling her backside, her waist small and an ample, thick behind. Her curves being kissed by the mist in the bathroom, she is relishing in her senses being heightened. She's not your typical woman ideal in the eyes of Hollywood but she has not come short of commanding her own audience in the world she holds her presence in. She steps in the shower and as she let's the water tickle her scalp, she closes her eyes and allows the day to wash off of her. The scent of mixed essential oils in her bath wash immediately fills the space. Her hands cupped over her breasts as she lathers, her nipples become achingly hard. She begins to touch herself, arousing herself, bringing herself to near orgasm. But she stops and remembers her agenda. She steps out of the shower and grabs a crisp, and carefully folded towel off of the chair and begins to dry herself. She throws on a robe and heads out to the dining area where Carmen awaits with dinner. The table is set with white linens and silverware imported from Spain. Deena isn't as hungry as she thought she'd be but as she cuts into her food and takes the 1st bite, her senses are sent reeling and the food becomes orgasmic, instantaneously spiking her appetite. Carmen has divinely prepared a chicken dish bathed in a white wine and cream sauce, herbs to taste, sautéed spinach and baby red potatoes. "Carmen, oh my!" she says approvingly. "Thank u, Ms. Deena" Carmen says proudly. Deena manages to eat most of her food and takes short sips of her wine to preserve her sobriety. Carmen reminds her Mr. Oneder, will be arriving in 20 minutes. Deena gestures a thank you and reminds Carmen to send him downstairs at his arrival as she walks back to her suite. She sits quietly on her bed and closes her eyes, again, her breathing steady and rhythmic. She opens her eyes and she is once again glazed over. The music being shuffled from her iPad sounds distant now and she can't even make out what is playing anymore. She walks into her closet and opens the door, walking towards the back passing beautiful dresses, shoes and handbags that are carefully lined up on the shelves. She reaches for a small key placed carefully on a hook, on the wall. She opens the cabinet directly in front of her and opens it revealing an assortment of latex outfits. She reaches in for a blue cat suit and smiles. The scent of the latex begins to arouse her. She's in deep thought. She slides it on, one leg at a time, feeling the latex caress her as she glides it on. She pulls up the rest of the outfit, over her arms and around her shoulders. Her nipples erect through the holes strategically cut out of the outfit, her right nipple ring peeking out through one of them. She looks in the mirror again and can't help but admire herself. She feels sexy and seductive. The latex hugs her curves as if the latex had been painted on. Deena glides her hand over the material and indulges in the feel of her curves under. She then pulls out a pair of black leather, platform boots with metal spiked heels, shoes that are definitely not made for walking. As she inspects her body in the full-length mirror, she smiles at the crotchless area hidden between her legs. Freshly waxed, she relishes in the feel of her exposed lips, aiming to peek out from her outfit. She walks to the mirror in the bathroom and slicks her hair into a bun. Puts on just a tad of mascara and then injects her lips with red color. She smiles and stares at the reflection in the mirror and instantaneously… Mistress Chy smiles back at her. The phone rings and Vanessa at the front desk in the lobby, has alerted Carmen to Mr. Oneder's arrival. "Send him up Vanessa," Carmen requests. Moments later, there he is, his presence regal, standing at 6'1, strong, broad shouldered and athletic. His piercing blue eyes make Carmen blush and she smiles at him flirtingly. "Hello Mr. Oneder. Would you like anything to drink?" she says with a smile. "No Carmen, thank you" he says anxiously, avoiding eye contact. "Ok, she'll be with you downstairs shortly. Please follow me," and gestures for him to board another elevator behind the kitchen. Oneder's heart races as the elevator doors prepare to open. He steps in and the elevator drops down one flight and once opened, he is greeted by another woman; dark, lovely, short in stature, smart and very matter-of-factly says, "Please remove your clothes and place them here" after she's lead him into a small changing room. She shows him a wooden locker where he can place his belongings. He turns off his phone, removes his clothes and notices leather cuffs; one for each wrist and ankles, and a leather collar with a metal loop in it. He puts them on immediately before covering himself with a robe. The young woman waits patiently and when Mr. Oneder emerges from the changing room, she leads him into the dungeon and gestures for him to move to the center of the room and kneel on the pillow set for him with his head down. He obliges, removes his robe and hands it to the young lady. She closes the door behind him. The room is dim, lit with rows of candles along the walls and the room a complete contrast to the floor above. The floor, a grey concrete treated with a high gloss, the walls are black, to one side of the room a king size bed with black satin sheets and at the head of the room, sits an oversized throne, upholstered in red velvet. Along one wall, there are many interesting items; Chains, whips, riding crops, feathers, paddles, canes... Oneder takes the room in quickly as he walks towards the middle of the room. His heartbeat quickens. He kneels. Moments later, SHE arrives and takes her place at the throne… “Crawl!” she demands He obliges excited by her commands Allowing the pores of the concrete to imprint into his knees He motions over painfully, aiming to please She sits in her throne, parting her legs Exposing her slit for him to devour and collect Her satiable nectar, irriguously abundant Disguised as a penalty, instead this his atonement He arrives at her feet, waiting for her next command “Eat!” she says and his erection now stands At full attention and heated yearning becomes unbearable He moves in and with a mouthful, he is unspeakable Blindfolded now, his tongue licks every crevice in her flower Up down and around, he tries to over power her And break her and have her weakened with excitement She gives in and for a moment she bites into it But realizing soon that her weakness is getting stronger She opens her eyes and fights off her hunger To orgasm and spasm into uncontrollable lust She stops. Reaches back and slaps him, HARD, before he busts Her nut into oblivion causing her to lose control Yeah, that’s not happening, so she proceeds to withhold She stands before him and says, “Oh, so you were trying to make me cum?” He soothes the slap off his face, completely stunned “Mystress Chy, Forgive me” She reaches back and slaps him once more Commanding for him to now kiss the floor He obliges and places his lips to the concrete Her riding crop caresses his back before she beats Purple stains and blue hues into his flesh Immediately after she caresses His skin teased with a feather Bound and gagged him with leather Straps to hold him back from his want and need To touch her and love her as she is his creed Standing over him, she digs her heel in his back He bleeds and he moans insatiably, until he adapts To the pain he becomes immune With his pain he becomes in tuned To her fire Her desire Whatever she requires He will inspire For her to implement The perfect punishment He wants it Needs it Concedes it …He loves her She clips a leash on his collar Leading him to crawl towards her Near the bed she summons him to stand Unbinding him, she releases his hands “Don’t move!” she orders As she prepares him for a her delicious tortures 8 tricks to profoundly instill Crucial sex maniacal thrills Paddle wood to skin, burn it thin Riding crop, til he bleeds, she’ll stop Whips flipped, sting into a cut Silk gloves caress his love Slapped again, rid his sins Softly clever caresses the feather Heel to scro-tum Amped by the Nipple clamps He is in the most indelible, incredible, delectable pain Domination at its highest, for her he’s completely insane He’s earned it. It’s his. Now he can have her. She smiles and lets her hair down Deena is back and stares at him profound She lays him gently on the noire silk sheets His body stings and aches deliciously She straddles him and kisses him softly None of this to him was too costly She slides him inside just to prove he’s alive Thrusting slow with a deep and steady flow His pelvic thrusts prove the pain’s been forgotten The stare in her eyes has now deeply softened The pretty lips between her hips grip tight Riding him sweetly, contritely She’s beyond wet, beyond aroused And there’s nothing more that she wants than to be espoused By him, loved and devoured His hardness thickens as they both take flight Reaching extreme orgasmic heights She is his. He owns her as she does...........him. ~ Diana Chyna Smith © Copyright 2012. All Rights Reserved.

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5. Genesis 29-31 (Jacob’s Marriages, The Children Born to Jacob, & Jacob Flees From Laban to Canaan)

Genesis 29-31 (Jacob’s Marriages, The Children Born to Jacob, & Jacob Flees From Laban to Canaan)

Genesis 29 - Jacob’s Marriages and Children A. Jacob meets Rachel. 1. (1-3) Jacob comes to a covered well. So Jacob went on his journey and came to the land of the people of the East. And he looked, and saw a well in the field; and behold, there were three flocks of sheep lying by it; for out of that well they watered the flocks. A large stone was on the well’s mouth. Now all the flocks would be gathered there; and they would roll the stone from the well’s mouth, water the sheep, and put the stone back in its place on the well’s mouth. a. And came to the land of the people of the East: Because the Lord blessed his trip, Jacob returned to the land his mother Rebekah came from, being also the land of his grandfather Abraham. 2. (4-10) Jacob meets Rachel at the well. And Jacob said to them, “My brethren, where are you from?” And they said, “We are from Haran.” Then he said to them, “Do you know Laban the son of Nahor?” And they said, “We know him.” So he said to them, “Is he well?” And they said, “He is well. And look, his daughter Rachel is coming with the sheep.” Then he said, “Look, it is still high day; it is not time for the cattle to be gathered together. Water the sheep, and go and feed them.” But they said, “We cannot until all the flocks are gathered together, and they have rolled the stone from the well’s mouth; then we water the sheep.” Now while he was still speaking with them, Rachel came with her father’s sheep, for she was a shepherdess. And it came to pass, when Jacob saw Rachel the daughter of Laban his mother’s brother, and the sheep of Laban his mother’s brother, that Jacob went near and rolled the stone from the well’s mouth, and watered the flock of Laban his mother’s brother. a. My brethren, where are you from? In an age before clearly marked roads and signs, Jacob didn’t know where he was until he asked some of the locals, and he discovered he was at his destination. b. Water the sheep, and go and feed them: Jacob definitely seemed as if he was trying to get rid of the shepherd boys, probably so he could speak more directly to Rachel. c. Jacob went near and rolled the stone from the well’s mouth: Jacob also knew he had come to marry one of the daughters of Laban (Genesis 28:2), so he was more than willing to show kindness (and perhaps his strength) to Laban’s daughter Rachel. 3. (11-14) Rachel arranges for her father Laban to meet Jacob. Then Jacob kissed Rachel, and lifted up his voice and wept. And Jacob told Rachel that he was her father’s relative and that he was Rebekah’s son. So she ran and told her father. Then it came to pass, when Laban heard the report about Jacob his sister’s son, that he ran to meet him, and embraced him and kissed him, and brought him to his house. So he told Laban all these things. And Laban said to him, “Surely you are my bone and my flesh.” And he stayed with him for a month. a. Jacob kissed Rachel, and lifted up his voice and wept: Initially, Rachel must have been quite surprised when a man she never met before greeted her, kissed her, then cried out and wept. Yet she had heard before of her relatives who lived in the Promised Land (Rebekah was her aunt), and she understood Jacob was from this family. B. Laban’s deal with Jacob. 1. (15-20) Jacob offers to work for seven years as a dowry to receive Rachel in marriage. Then Laban said to Jacob, “Because you are my relative, should you therefore serve me for nothing? Tell me, what should your wages be?” Now Laban had two daughters: the name of the elder was Leah, and the name of the younger was Rachel. Leah’s eyes were delicate, but Rachel was beautiful of form and appearance. Now Jacob loved Rachel; so he said, “I will serve you seven years for Rachel your younger daughter.” And Laban said, “It is better that I give her to you than that I should give her to another man. Stay with me.” So Jacob served seven years for Rachel, and they seemed only a few days to him because of the love he had for her. a. What should your wages be: This might sound like a nice offer, but really Laban let Jacob know if he wanted to remain among them, he must stay as a hired servant. Jacob was the son of a man of tremendous wealth. Certainly he was not lazy, but he wasn’t used to hard work. Servants did the hard work back home; now Jacob was the servant. i. Jacob’s reaction in this situation would reveal much of his character. This demonstrates the principle that you never know what kind of servant you are until others treat you like a servant. b. Now Jacob loved Rachel: Not only was Rachel beautiful of form and appearance, but she was also the first friendly face Jacob met in the area. It is understandable why he had a love at first sight attachment to Rachel. i. There is dispute as to exactly what the phrase “Leah’s eyes were delicate” means. Some think it means her eyes were bad and she couldn’t see well. Others think it means her eyes were dull, not beautiful and full of life like her sister Rachel’s eyes. c. I will serve you seven years for Rachel your younger daughter: The offer to work for seven years was essentially a dowry. Though Jacob came from a family with great wealth, he left home with no money. Before he could take a woman in marriage he had to provide a dowry to demonstrate he was fit to support a family and to compensate for the taking of the daughter. i. Seven years was a very generous offer, far above a normal dowry. Jacob didn’t want to risk a refusal. When Laban saw how badly Jacob wanted Rachel, he knew he could take advantage of him. d. They seemed only a few days to him because of the love he had for her: We notice the great love he had for her. The seven years of labor without pay (except for room and board) seemed to pass as quickly as a few days. i. In this ancient culture Jacob was not allowed to spend as much time as he wanted with Rachel. There were strict social guidelines to separate unmarried men and women. ii. This clearly demonstrates an important principle: true love waits. Jacob was willing to wait seven years for Rachel. iii. In the 1990s there was a successful campaign among teens titled “True Love Waits.” It persuaded them to take the following pledge: Believing that true love waits, I make a commitment to God, myself, my family, those I date, my future mate and my future children to be sexually pure until the day I enter a covenant marriage relationship. One 18-year-old named Rick said he used to be one of the guys who would come into school on Monday morning and brag about his sexual exploits. His views changed when he became a Christian two years before, and now he was happy to take the pledge. “Sex is something God made to say, ‘I love you,’” he said. “If you have sex with everybody, you can’t say I’ve saved this one thing to say, ‘I love you.’ ” 2. (21-25) Laban switches Leah for Rachel on the wedding night. Then Jacob said to Laban, “Give me my wife, for my days are fulfilled, that I may go in to her.” And Laban gathered together all the men of the place and made a feast. Now it came to pass in the evening, that he took Leah his daughter and brought her to Jacob; and he went in to her. And Laban gave his maid Zilpah to his daughter Leah as a maid. So it came to pass in the morning, that behold, it was Leah. And he said to Laban, “What is this you have done to me? Was it not for Rachel that I served you? Why then have you deceived me?” a. Give me my wife, for my days are fulfilled, that I may go in to her: These words are clear enough. Even though Jacob waited and the time went quickly because of love, when the time was done he was done waiting. b. He took Leah his daughter and brought her to Jacob; and he went in to her: It was possible for Jacob to be fooled because of the wedding customs of the day. According to those customs the wife was veiled until she was finally alone with her husband in the honeymoon suite. If it was dark by the time Jacob and his new bride were alone together (something Laban would not have difficulty arranging), it helps explain how Jacob was fooled. c. He took Leah his daughter and brought her to Jacob: We assume that Leah was in agreement with this. “She may have loved Jacob secretly. She may have considered this her one chance to get a husband. She may have thought this an unsought, and therefore justifiable, opportunity to steal a march on her sister.” (Leupold) Yet even it she was not in agreement, she was under the absolute authority of her father. i. The absolute authority of the father in the home in that culture also explains why Rachel allowed this to happen. d. So it came to pass in the morning, that behold, it was Leah: We can Imagine how Jacob felt - and how Leah felt, and of course how poor Rachel felt. All this was because of Laban’s sin. Or, perhaps one should say it was because of Jacob’s sin - now the deceiver was deceived. e. Why then have you deceived me? Significantly, Laban’s deception towards Jacob was similar to the deception Jacob put upon his father Isaac and his brother Esau. This is an example of Jacob reaping what he had sown. Jacob exchanged the younger for the older; Laban exchanged the older for the younger. i. When Jacob deceived his father and cheated his brother, God did not change His plan to choose Jacob to receive the birthright. Instead, God took Jacob to the school of difficult experience to discipline him. This shows that our disobedience may not derail God’s plan for our life, but it will greatly affect how we end up experiencing it. One might spend 20 years working for someone like Laban while God teaches a few things. ii. Though we can see this was God’s correction upon Jacob, it in no way justified Laban’s deception. The fact that God does work all things together for good never excuses the evil things man does. 3. (26-30) Laban agrees to give Rachel to Jacob in return for another seven years worth of work. And Laban said, “It must not be done so in our country, to give the younger before the firstborn. Fulfill her week, and we will give you this one also for the service which you will serve with me still another seven years.” Then Jacob did so and fulfilled her week. So he gave him his daughter Rachel as wife also. And Laban gave his maid Bilhah to his daughter Rachel as a maid. Then Jacob also went in to Rachel, and he also loved Rachel more than Leah. And he served with Laban still another seven years. a. It must not be done so in our country: This excuse by Laban basically said, “Well, didn’t we tell you? We don’t do it this way around here. Thought you knew.” The only reason Jacob accepted this clever trick from Laban was because he had no other option. But Laban’s supposed reason was really nothing more than an excuse. b. Serve with me still another seven years: The second seven years made up Jacob’s post-graduate work in the school of difficult experience. Jacob’s main subject in the school of difficult experience was “You Reap What You Sow.” c. And he served with Laban still another seven years: Laban was a perfect picture of a deceptive manipulator. He ended up getting exactly what he wanted (both his daughters married). Yet, this would turn out badly for both himself and his daughters. Oftentimes, God judges manipulators by giving them what they in their sinful desires and methods wanted, yet allowing it to be loss for them. i. The problems in this family can be seen immediately. Not only had Jacob married two sisters, but he also allowed everyone to know that one was favored and loved more than the other. Ultimately all these problems came from Laban’s manipulative deception, and the prior sin of Jacob that brought it upon himself. ii. What should Jacob have done? Some say Jacob should have gone to Laban and told him to correct the whole mess, and simply be married to Rachel and let Leah be Laban’s problem. Others believe that according to the standards of the culture, he could not have put Leah aside, because she was unable to marry another after having been given to Jacob. Perhaps, he should have done the best he could in the situation, which would have been to love his two wives equally. What a mess! d. He gave him his daughter Rachel as wife also: Polygamy is not widely practiced in western culture, but we do practice serial marriage. We can think of polygamy as mass marriage in the sense we speak about mass murder: someone who marries more than one at the same time. There is also serial murder: where a murderer kills many, but one at a time. In our modern culture we multiply wives to ourselves; we just do it one at a time. i. We can’t do anything about our marriages that have broken up in the past, but each of us can do all that we can before God to make sure that from now on, it is one partner for all time. C. Jacob’s first four sons born through Leah. 1. (31) God’s gracious love for Leah. When the Lord saw that Leah was unloved, He opened her womb; but Rachel was barren. a. When the Lord saw that Leah was unloved: God’s compassion on Leah is touching. She was truly the innocent party in all of this mess. God can bring comfort and blessing to a wife and meet her needs even when the husband acts in an ungodly manner. i. “Wretched Leah sits sadly in her tent with her maid and spends her time spinning and weeping. For the rest of the household, and especially Rachel, despises her because she has been scorned by her husband, who prefers Rachel and is desperately in love with Rachel alone. She is not beautiful, not pleasing. No, she is odious and hated…There the poor girl sits; no one pays any attention to her. Rachel gives herself airs before; she does not deign to look at her. ‘I am the lady of the house,’ she thinks, ‘Leah is a slave.’ These are truly carnal things in the saintly fathers and mothers, like the things that usually happen in our houses.” (Luther, cited in Boice) b. When the Lord saw that Leah was unloved, He opened her womb: Isaiah 54:5 says, For your Maker is your husband, the Lord of hosts is His name. God can meet the needs of a hurting wife, needs that may be neglected by the husband. 2. (32) The birth of Reuben. So Leah conceived and bore a son, and she called his name Reuben; for she said, “The Lord has surely looked on my affliction. Now therefore, my husband will love me.” a. She called his name Rueben: The first child born to Jacob, through Leah, was named Reuben by Leah, meaning, Behold, a son. This was her statement to Jacob and all others that the Lord had looked upon my affliction. i. Reuben was the firstborn son of Jacob; he was the logical one to inherit the promise God had made to Abraham and passed on to Isaac and then to Jacob. b. Now therefore, my husband will love me: Jacob, even though he did not love Leah, still was willing to have sex with her. This demonstrates a principle that is still true, that a man will often be willing to have sex completely apart from love, and only a foolish woman regards the willingness to have sex as proof of love. Leah was not the first nor the last to live under this problem of male nature. 3. (33) The birth of Simeon. Then she conceived again and bore a son, and said, “Because the Lord has heard that I am unloved, He has therefore given me this son also.” And she called his name Simeon. a. She called his name Simeon: The second child born to Jacob, through Leah was named (by Leah) Simeon, meaning Hearing. Leah hoped all would notice that the Lord has heard her. b. Because the Lord has heard that I am unloved: Apparently, the birth of Reuben did not turn the heart of Jacob towards Leah. She was still aware he did not love her, though he still was willing to have sex with her. i. Of course, Jacob and Leah were married, so there was nothing sinful in sexual relationship. But this plainly shows that Jacob, like most any man in the flesh, was able and willing to have sex with someone he did not love. ii. Women should never think a man loves them just because they have sex. A 1993 Los Angeles Times article interviewed young men to find out their views on sex. One man named Christian (17 years old) explained how things work between men and women: “We’re just not sentimental. That’s why we’re men…We like girls, we don’t love them…You see a girl and you just think, yeah, she’s really pretty and the first thing that comes to mind is you want to have sex.” He then explained how he seduced a girl: “You start kissing her and hugging her and little by little you start touching her.” After sex, he explained many boys dump the girls. “Girls get mad, but they don’t take it hard. They get over it.” iii. This is the kind of man a woman might have sex with in the misguided effort to keep him as her boyfriend, because he has deceived her into thinking he loves her. How dangerous can this be? Consider the words of a woman who caught AIDS from a Ventura man who knew he was infected but never told her: “All I wanted is someone to love me, and now I’m going to die for that. I don’t think I should have to die for that.” iv. A 1995 survey asked the following question: “Have you ever had sex with a woman you have actively disliked?” 58% of men answered “yes.” 4. (34) The birth of Levi. She conceived again and bore a son, and said, “Now this time my husband will become attached to me, because I have borne him three sons.” Therefore his name was called Levi. a. Therefore his name was called Levi: The third child born to Jacob, again through Leah, was named Levi, meaning Attachment. Leah still lives in the hope her husband Jacob would love her and become attached to her through the birth of these sons. b. Now this time my husband will become attached to me: The pain in the heart of Leah was just as evident as the hardness of Jacob’s heart, and as evident as his attitude towards his wife Leah. 5. (35) The birth of Judah. And she conceived again and bore a son, and said, “Now I will praise the Lord.” Therefore she called his name Judah. Then she stopped bearing. a. She called his name Judah: The fourth son born to Jacob, again through Leah, was named Judah meaning, Praise. Apparently, Leah stopped naming her children to reflect the pain and longing in her heart. At this point she focused on God and could praise Him. b. Now I will praise the Lord: To some extent, and for some period of time, Leah allowed the Lord to meet her need, and she could now praise God. Leah knew the Lord better, driven to Him by the neglect of her husband. i. Leah, though she was neglected by Jacob and despised by Rachel, had a great purpose in God’s plan. The two greatest tribes came from Leah, not Rachel: Levi (the priestly tribe) and Judah (the royal tribe). And most importantly, the Messiah came from Leah, the less-attractive sister who was neglected and despised but learned to look to the Lord and praise Him. Genesis 30 - The Children Born to Jacob A. Two sons born to Bilhah. 1. (1-4) Rachel, out of frustration, gives her maid Bilhah to Jacob in a “surrogate mother” arrangement. Now when Rachel saw that she bore Jacob no children, Rachel envied her sister, and said to Jacob, “Give me children, or else I die!” And Jacob’s anger was aroused against Rachel, and he said, “Am I in the place of God, who has withheld from you the fruit of the womb?” So she said, “Here is my maid Bilhah; go in to her, and she will bear a child on my knees, that I also may have children by her.” Then she gave him Bilhah her maid as wife, and Jacob went in to her. a. Give me children, or else I die! Despite Rachel’s great beauty, she also was near despair. No doubt, Leah often said, “If I only had my sister’s beauty and the love of my husband, I would be happy.” No doubt, Rachel often said, “If I only had sons like my sister.” Beautiful or plain, we all have our problems. i. This principle shows us the need to stop looking to how God deals with others and set our eyes on Him. b. Rachel envied her sister…Give me children, or else I die…Jacob’s anger was aroused against Rachel: The tension in this family was apparent. At least Jacob saw the hand of God in the matter, even though he stated it to Rachel so directly as to be cruel (Am I in the place of God, who has withheld from you the fruit of the womb?). i. It’s likely that Rachel was vain and conceited. She knew that Jacob worked 14 years with no pay out of love for her, and also knew Jacob would not have worked one day for Leah. c. Here is my maid Bilhah; go in to her, and she will bear a child on my knees, that I also may have children by her: Much like Sarah gave Hagar to Abraham in a surrogate-mother type arrangement (Genesis 16), Rachel gave her maid Bilhah to Jacob. i. On my knees refers to the custom where the husband impregnated the surrogate while the surrogate reclined on the lap of the wife, and how she might even recline on the wife as she gave birth. The symbolism clearly showed the child was legally the child of the mother, not the surrogate, who was merely in the place of the wife in both conception and birth. d. She gave him Bilhah her maid as wife: This did not mean that Jacob actually married Bilhah. It means Jacob did with Bilhah what a man should only do with his wife. 2. (5-6) The birth of Dan. And Bilhah conceived and bore Jacob a son. Then Rachel said, “God has judged my case; and He has also heard my voice and given me a son.” Therefore she called his name Dan. a. She called his name Dan: Jacob’s fifth son, born to him through Bilhah the maid of Rachel, was named by Rachel Dan meaning, Judgment. Because of her own envy she viewed this child born of the flesh as a victory and a vindication for her. b. God has judged my case; and He has also heard my voice and given me a son: “Can a woman get so low that she will hit her sister over the head with a baby? Rachel did.” (Barnhouse) 3. (7-8) The birth of Naphtali. And Rachel’s maid Bilhah conceived again and bore Jacob a second son. Then Rachel said, “With great wrestlings I have wrestled with my sister, and indeed I have prevailed.” So she called his name Naphtali. a. She called his name Naphtali: Jacob’s sixth son, born to him through Bilhah the maid of Rachel, was named Naphtali by Rachel meaning, Wrestle. Relationships in this home had broken down to the point where Rachel openly acknowledged the baby competition between her and her sister by naming the new baby wrestle. b. With great wrestlings I have wrestled with my sister, and indeed I have prevailed: This seems strange. How did two sons prevail over four? Perhaps she meant it in the sense that now Leah seemed to have stopped having children. B. Two sons born to Zilpah. 1. (9-11) The birth of Gad. When Leah saw that she had stopped bearing, she took Zilpah her maid and gave her to Jacob as wife. And Leah’s maid Zilpah bore Jacob a son. Then Leah said, “A troop comes!” So she called his name Gad. a. She took Zilpah her maid and gave her to Jacob as wife: Leah, who has stopped bearing children, figured she could use the same surrogate mother method to increase the number of children accounted to her, so she gave her maid Zilpah to Jacob as Rachel had given her maid Bilhah to Jacob. b. She called his name Gad: Jacob’s seventh son, born to him through Zilpah the maid of Leah, was named Gad, meaning Troop or Good Fortune. The wives of Jacob continued to use their children as pawns in a power struggle within the home. i. Leah had apparently lost the peace she had when her fourth son was born; she no longer has the peace praise (Judah) brought. 2. (12-13) The birth of Asher. And Leah’s maid Zilpah bore Jacob a second son. Then Leah said, “I am happy, for the daughters will call me blessed.” So she called his name Asher. a. So she called his name Asher: Jacob’s eighth son, born to him through Zilpah the maid of Leah, was named Asher, meaning Happy. Leah was more concerned about the status the child would bring her (all the daughters will call me blessed) than about the child himself. C. Leah herself bears two more sons and a daughter. 1. (14-18) The birth of Issachar. Now Reuben went in the days of wheat harvest and found mandrakes in the field, and brought them to his mother Leah. Then Rachel said to Leah, “Please give me some of your son’s mandrakes.” But she said to her, “Is it a small matter that you have taken away my husband? Would you take away my son’s mandrakes also?” And Rachel said, “Therefore he will lie with you tonight for your son’s mandrakes.” When Jacob came out of the field in the evening, Leah went out to meet him and said, “You must come in to me, for I have surely hired you with my son’s mandrakes.” And he lay with her that night. And God listened to Leah, and she conceived and bore Jacob a fifth son. Leah said, “God has given me my wages, because I have given my maid to my husband.” So she called his name Issachar. a. Found mandrakes in the field: The mandrake is a root, called the love-apple in Hebrew. They were thought to increase fertility in women (and still are among some peoples). Because Leah had the mandrakes, she knew Jacob would have relations with her, believing there was a greater likelihood she would become pregnant. i. We don’t know if the effect of the mandrakes was something biological or if it functioned more as a placebo. Under the guiding hand of God, the mandrakes seemed to work in the case of Leah and Jacob. Whatever strange agencies God may allow to be used (such as mandrakes), the real factor was His sovereign will (God listened to Leah). b. You have taken away my husband: The hostility between Leah and Rachel was as obvious as it was painful. It must have been terrible living in a home where one wife believed the other had stolen her husband from her. i. This confirms the wisdom of God’s original plan, as expressed in Genesis 2:24: one man to be joined to one woman in a one-flesh relationship. Later, Leviticus 18:18 forbade the marrying of sisters, and this shows why. ii. “Is it any wonder that this family had a history of strife and bloodshed? Children reflect the atmosphere of the home.” (Barnhouse) c. So she called his name Issachar: Jacob’s ninth son, born to Leah, was named Issachar, meaning Reward. Leah saw this son as a reward from God because she was generous enough to offer her maid to Jacob. 2. (19-20) The birth of Zebulun. Then Leah conceived again and bore Jacob a sixth son. And Leah said, “God has endowed me with a good endowment; now my husband will dwell with me, because I have borne him six sons.” So she called his name Zebulun. a. So she called his name Zebulun: Jacob’s tenth son, born to Leah, was named Zebulun, meaning Dwelling. In the pain of her heart, she still waited for her husband to truly love her and live with her, and she hoped the sheer quantity of sons would win his heart to her. 3. (21) The birth of Dinah. Afterward she bore a daughter, and called her name Dinah. a. Afterward she bore a daughter: Finally, after ten children, Jacob became father to a daughter through Leah, who was named Dinah. Apparently, there was nothing symbolically significant in her name. b. Afterward: The ungodly competition had, in one sense, ended. Leah and the two maids would have no more children from this point on. i. The wives fought each other as in a poker game: “I bid one wife, loved and beautiful.” “I bid one wife and four sons.” “I’ll match your one wife and raise you a concubine and the concubine’s two sons.” “I’ll raise you another concubine and two more sons by her; plus two more sons on my own, and I’ll throw in a daughter. I’ll stand with one wife, one concubine, six sons, and one daughter.” Nobody was the winner at this competition. D. Rachel herself bears a son to Jacob. 1. (22) God’s sovereignty over the womb. Then God remembered Rachel, and God listened to her and opened her womb. a. And opened her womb: The idea of God’s sovereignty over the womb is a repeated theme in the Bible. The purposes of God in opening one and closing the other may be completely unknowable, but God has His purpose. · God granted twins to Rebekah (Genesis 25:21) · He opens the womb of Leah (Genesis 29:31 · He closed the womb of Hannah, for a time (1 Samuel 1:5) 2. (23-24) The birth of Joseph. And she conceived and bore a son, and said, “God has taken away my reproach.” So she called his name Joseph, and said, “The Lord shall add to me another son.” a. So she called his name Joseph: The eleventh son born to Jacob through Rachel was named Joseph, meaning May He Add. Rachel felt she had been vindicated by the birth of one son, but longed for more children to continue the competition with her sister Leah. b. God has taken away my reproach: At this point, one might think this eleventh son would end up being the key son used to further God’s redemptive purpose through this family. Yet Isaiah 55:8-9 is true: “For My thoughts are not your thoughts, nor are your ways My ways,” says the Lord. “For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are My ways higher than your ways, and My thoughts than your thoughts.” E. Jacob’s agreement with Laban. 1. (25-27) Jacob knows it is time to go back to Canaan. And it came to pass, when Rachel had borne Joseph, that Jacob said to Laban, “Send me away, that I may go to my own place and to my country. Give me my wives and my children for whom I have served you, and let me go; for you know my service which I have done for you.” And Laban said to him, “Please stay, if I have found favor in your eyes, for I have learned by experience that the Lord has blessed me for your sake.” a. Send me away, that I may go to my own place and to my country: Though Jacob was in Haran with Laban and his daughters for more than 14 years, he knew that he belonged in the land promised to him by God, through the covenant made with his grandfather Abraham and his father Isaac. After 14 years, Jacob still called the Promised Land my country. b. Please stay, if I have found favor in your eyes, for I have learned by experience that the Lord has blessed me for your sake: Laban knew Jacob was an invaluable worker for him. Laban said this knowledge was learned by experience. Literally this means, learned by divination. It is probable that Laban practiced occult divination and by this he knew the source of blessing. 2. (28-34) Jacob negotiates a deal with Laban to start building a flock of sheep and goats for himself. Then he said, “Name me your wages, and I will give it.” So Jacob said to him, “You know how I have served you and how your livestock has been with me. For what you had before I came was little, and it has increased to a great amount; the Lord has blessed you since my coming. And now, when shall I also provide for my own house?” So he said, “What shall I give you?” And Jacob said, “You shall not give me anything. If you will do this thing for me, I will again feed and keep your flocks: Let me pass through all your flock today, removing from there all the speckled and spotted sheep, and all the brown ones among the lambs, and the spotted and speckled among the goats; and these shall be my wages. So my righteousness will answer for me in time to come, when the subject of my wages comes before you: every one that is not speckled and spotted among the goats, and brown among the lambs, will be considered stolen, if it is with me.” And Laban said, “Oh, that it were according to your word!” a. The spotted and speckled among the goats; and these shall be my wages: Jacob would take the speckled and spotted offspring, but first had to separate the currently speckled or spotted animals from the rest of the flock, so the probability was set against him. i. Allowing the speckled and spotted sheep and goats to remain in the flock would increase the likelihood of more speckled and spotted offspring coming from the flock at large. b. Laban said, “Oh, that it were according to your word!” This was an agreeable deal to both parties. First, it was a foolproof way to distinguish between the flocks of Laban and Jacob. As well, Laban liked the deal because the odds were stacked in his favor. Jacob may have proposed in this arrangement because he was willing to trust in God. 3. (35-36) The agreement is made, and the flocks are separated. So he removed that day the male goats that were speckled and spotted, all the female goats that were speckled and spotted, every one that had some white in it, and all the brown ones among the lambs, and gave them into the hand of his sons. Then he put three days’ journey between himself and Jacob, and Jacob fed the rest of Laban’s flocks. a. Jacob fed the rest of Laban’s flocks: Jacob would will care for the large flock of his father-in-law Laban, made up of solid-colored animals, and Jacob received any speckled or spotted offspring of this flock. i. Obviously, if there was a way Jacob could encourage these solid-colored sheep to bring forth spotted and speckled offspring, it would greatly increase his personal wealth. b. He put three days’ journey between himself and Jacob: To prevent the mixing of the flocks, Laban’s sons took care of all the existing speckled and spotted sheep and goats, keeping them a three-day journey from the main flock. c. Jacob fed the rest of Laban’s flocks: To make sure that the property of his employer was well taken care of, Jacob himself looked over Laban’s flock. 4. (37-43) God blesses Jacob’s method of breeding, and he greatly increases in wealth. Now Jacob took for himself rods of green poplar and of the almond and chestnut trees, peeled white strips in them, and exposed the white which was in the rods. And the rods which he had peeled, he set before the flocks in the gutters, in the watering troughs where the flocks came to drink, so that they should conceive when they came to drink. So the flocks conceived before the rods, and the flocks brought forth streaked, speckled, and spotted. Then Jacob separated the lambs, and made the flocks face toward the streaked and all the brown in the flock of Laban; but he put his own flocks by themselves and did not put them with Laban’s flock. And it came to pass, whenever the stronger livestock conceived, that Jacob placed the rods before the eyes of the livestock in the gutters, that they might conceive among the rods. But when the flocks were feeble, he did not put them in; so the feebler were Laban’s and the stronger Jacob’s. Thus the man became exceedingly prosperous, and had large flocks, female and male servants, and camels and donkeys. a. Jacob took for himself rods of green poplar and of the almond and chestnut trees: When Jacob put these branches in the watering troughs of the flocks it apparently increased the number of speckled and spotted offspring from the solid-colored flock Jacob managed on Laban’s behalf. b. So the feebler were Laban’s and the stronger Jacob’s: Jacob also used selective breeding to increase the strength and vitality of his flock. We don’t know exactly how this method worked. It is possible Jacob knew more about animal husbandry than we do today; but it is more likely Jacob did the best he knew, and God blessed it. c. Thus the man became exceedingly prosperous: The ancient Hebrew says, “The man burst out exceedingly exceedingly.” God blessed Jacob, but it was not because Jacob was especially good. It was because of the promises God made to Jacob (Genesis 28:13-15) and the covenant made to Abraham. i. In the same way, blessing comes from the Lord to us not because we are great or good, but because of the covenant God has made with us through Jesus, and promises He has given us in His word. ii. We may note Jacob’s principles for prosperity: · Don’t make wealth your goal (Genesis 30:25-26) · Don’t be afraid to work for others and try to increase their wealth before or as you work to increase your own wealth (Genesis 30:27) · Work hard, dedicating yourself to your employer’s success (Genesis 30:26, 31:38-42) · Trust God (Genesis 30:31-33) Genesis 31 - Jacob Flees From Laban to Canaan A. Jacob’s disputes with Laban and his sons. 1. (1-2) Contention with Laban’s sons causes Laban to look differently at Jacob. Now Jacob heard the words of Laban’s sons, saying, “Jacob has taken away all that was our father’s, and from what was our father’s he has acquired all this wealth.” And Jacob saw the countenance of Laban, and indeed it was not favorable toward him as before. a. Jacob has taken away all that was our father’s: It wasn’t that Jacob had taken anything belonging to Laban. Rather, it was that his wealth was increasing in proportion to Laban’s wealth. The problem wasn’t that Jacob stole; it was that Laban’s sons were filled with envy. i. Envy will distort the truth. Jacob had not taken anything of Laban’s, but envy will lie. b. The countenance of Laban…was not favorable toward him: The envy of Laban’s sons poisoned Laban’s heart against Jacob. Before, he was entirely pleased with the agreement. i. Envy is bad not only on its own, but also for the company it keeps: For you are still carnal. For where there are envy, strife, and divisions among you, are you not carnal and behaving like mere men? (1 Corinthians 3:3). For where envy and self-seeking exist, confusion and every evil thing are there (James 3:16). ii. Instead, Love suffers long and is kind; love does not envy (1 Corinthians 13:4). iii. God wants to deliver us from envy: For we ourselves were also once foolish, disobedient, deceived, serving various lusts and pleasures, living in malice and envy, hateful and hating one another (Titus 3:3). iv. Envy is no small sin. It put Jesus on the cross: For he knew that they had handed Him over because of envy (Matthew 27:18). 2. (3) God tells Jacob to go back home. Then the Lord said to Jacob, “Return to the land of your fathers and to your family, and I will be with you.” a. Return to the land of your fathers: Even if Jacob never knew it, God prepared him for this time. First, God gave him the desire to go back home (Genesis 30:25). Then his present circumstances became unbearable. Finally, the Lord gave personal direction to Jacob. God may lead one today in the same pattern. b. And I will be with you: This was the most important aspect. If God were with Jacob, he could be at peace and confident in any difficulty – or at least had to the opportunity for peace and confidence. 3. (4-13) Jacob explains the situation and his plan to his wives. So Jacob sent and called Rachel and Leah to the field, to his flock, and said to them, “I see your father’s countenance, that it is not favorable toward me as before; but the God of my father has been with me. And you know that with all my might I have served your father. Yet your father has deceived me and changed my wages ten times, but God did not allow him to hurt me. If he said thus: ‘The speckled shall be your wages,’ then all the flocks bore speckled. And if he said thus: ‘The streaked shall be your wages,’ then all the flocks bore streaked. So God has taken away the livestock of your father and given them to me. And it happened, at the time when the flocks conceived, that I lifted my eyes and saw in a dream, and behold, the rams which leaped upon the flocks were streaked, speckled, and gray-spotted. Then the Angel of God spoke to me in a dream, saying, ‘Jacob.’ And I said, ‘Here I am.’ And He said, ‘Lift your eyes now and see, all the rams which leap on the flocks are streaked, speckled, and gray-spotted; for I have seen all that Laban is doing to you. I am the God of Bethel, where you anointed the pillar and where you made a vow to Me. Now arise, get out of this land, and return to the land of your family.’ “ a. But the God of my father has been with me: Even though Laban tried to cheat Jacob, God protected him all the time. God showed Jacob that He was greater and able to overcome what any man might do to Jacob. i. This attitude was later expressed in a Psalm: The Lord is on my side; I will not fear. What can man do to me? (Psalm 118:6) b. You know that with all my might I have served your father: This shows Jacob knew his wives were aware of his righteous conduct and Laban’s unfair treatment of him. c. The Angel of God spoke to me in a dream: Significantly, there was much more to what the Lord said to Jacob than what was reported in Genesis 31:3. Genesis 31:3 was completely true, but there was more to it than this simple brief word from the Lord. d. I am the God of Bethel: God told Jacob to go back to Bethel, back to the place where he first encountered the Lord in a personal way. This was Jacob’s way of returning to his first love and first works (as later described in Revelation 2:4-5). i. I am the God of Bethel: It is good to remember times and places where the Lord did great works for us, and met us in wonderful ways. As we remember them, God reminds us He is still the same God Who met our needs then and wants to meet our needs now. 4. (14-16) Leah and Rachel support Jacob in his desire to move back to Canaan. Then Rachel and Leah answered and said to him, “Is there still any portion or inheritance for us in our father’s house? Are we not considered strangers by him? For he has sold us, and also completely consumed our money. For all these riches which God has taken from our father are really ours and our children’s; now then, whatever God has said to you, do it.” a. Is there still any portion or inheritance for us in our father’s house? Rachel and Leah noted that their father Jacob had already used any potential inheritance they may have once received (also completely consumed our money). This meant they were more willing to leave their homeland with Jacob and return to Bethel and the land promised to Jacob. b. Whatever God has said to you, do it: Their support of Jacob in a costly and perhaps dangerous move was significant. It was a huge undertaking to move such a large family so far. If not for the support of his wives, Jacob perhaps would not have done what the Lord had told him to do. i. This may be the first time in quite a while when the sisters Leah and Rachel agreed on anything. They could agree in uniting against a common foe - their father Laban. B. Jacob’s flight from Laban. 1. (17-21) Jacob leaves without saying goodbye. Then Jacob rose and set his sons and his wives on camels. And he carried away all his livestock and all his possessions which he had gained, his acquired livestock which he had gained in Padan Aram, to go to his father Isaac in the land of Canaan. Now Laban had gone to shear his sheep, and Rachel had stolen the household idols that were her father’s. And Jacob stole away, unknown to Laban the Syrian, in that he did not tell him that he intended to flee. So he fled with all that he had. He arose and crossed the river, and headed toward the mountains of Gilead. a. Jacob rose and set his sons and wives on camels: Jacob intended a quick departure, traveling as fast as possible. It also demonstrates his great wealth, that his entire family could travel on camels. b. Jacob stole away, unknown to Laban the Syrian: God already told Jacob to go and promised him safe passage. Jacob’s fear and deception departure shows he lacked confidence in God and His promise, and relied more on his own wisdom and ability. i. “He could have announced his departure and gone in the glory of an army with banners. But fear made it impossible to reap the full measure of blessing. He sneaked away into the will of God instead of departing in triumph.” (Barnhouse) c. Rachel had stolen the household idols that were her father’s: Rachel took her father’s household idols (teraphim). There are many potential reasons why Rachel did this. · Perhaps she worshipped these idols and did not want to be without them. Perhaps she did not want her father to inquire of them, using them as tools of divination to catch them (as he may have previously done, Genesis 30:27). · Perhaps it was because such idols were often used as deeds to property and she thought this she was taking whatever inheritance might be left to Laban’s children. · Perhaps Rachel stole the teraphim simply to get back at her father, whom she felt had mistreated her, her husband, and her whole family. · According to some Jewish traditions, Rachel took the teraphim because she wanted to keep her father Laban from idolatry. d. Headed toward the mountains of Gilead: It was nearly 300 miles (482 kilometers) from Haran to the mountains of Gilead, but the journey was longer and tougher psychologically than physically for Jacob. He left the place of safety, where he lived in a comfortable servitude, to go to a place where God has called him, but dangerous enemies abounded (such as his brother Esau, who swore to kill him). 2. (22-24) Laban pursues and catches Jacob. And Laban was told on the third day that Jacob had fled. Then he took his brethren with him and pursued him for seven days’ journey, and he overtook him in the mountains of Gilead. But God had come to Laban the Syrian in a dream by night, and said to him, “Be careful that you speak to Jacob neither good nor bad.” a. Laban was told on the third day that Jacob had fled: This shows that Jacob and his family lived some distance from Laban. He didn’t notice their departure for three days. b. God had come to Laban the Syrian in a dream by night: The need for God’s message to Laban shows that Laban did have evil intention towards Jacob, and God protected Jacob through this dream by night. 3. (25-29) Laban meets and confronts Jacob. So Laban overtook Jacob. Now Jacob had pitched his tent in the mountains, and Laban with his brethren pitched in the mountains of Gilead. And Laban said to Jacob: “What have you done, that you have stolen away unknown to me, and carried away my daughters like captives taken with the sword? Why did you flee away secretly, and steal away from me, and not tell me; for I might have sent you away with joy and songs, with timbrel and harp? And you did not allow me to kiss my sons and my daughters. Now you have done foolishly in so doing. It is in my power to do you harm, but the God of your father spoke to me last night, saying, ‘Be careful that you speak to Jacob neither good nor bad.’ “ a. In the mountains of Gilead: At this point, Jacob was not far from the Jordan River and the promised land. This shows that he traveled quickly and that Laban was determined to pursue him this far. b. Why did you flee away secretly: Laban first tried to shame Jacob with kindness, suggesting that they would have had a celebration at his departure. Apparently, that idea was met with an unsympathetic response, so Laban threatened Jacob (it is in my power to do you harm). 4. (30-35) Laban accuses Jacob of stealing his teraphim and searches for them. “And now you have surely gone because you greatly long for your father’s house, but why did you steal my gods?” Then Jacob answered and said to Laban, “Because I was afraid, for I said, ‘Perhaps you would take your daughters from me by force.’ With whomever you find your gods, do not let him live. In the presence of our brethren, identify what I have of yours and take it with you.” For Jacob did not know that Rachel had stolen them. And Laban went into Jacob’s tent, into Leah’s tent, and into the two maids’ tents, but he did not find them. Then he went out of Leah’s tent and entered Rachel’s tent. Now Rachel had taken the household idols, put them in the camel’s saddle, and sat on them. And Laban searched all about the tent but did not find them. And she said to her father, “Let it not displease my lord that I cannot rise before you, for the manner of women is with me.” And he searched but did not find the household idols. a. Why did you steal my gods? Jacob, not knowing his beloved wife Rachel stole the household idols, proclaimed his innocence and pronounced a harsh curse on the thief, not knowing that he actually put a curse on his own wife. b. Rachel had taken the household idols, put them in the camel’s saddle, and sat on them: Rachel learned the ways of deception well from her father – and perhaps also from her husband. She succeeded in deceiving her father about the idols. i. “Amid much that is sad and even sordid in this story…amid craft, deceit, and lying on almost every side, we cannot fail to see the hand of God overruling and making even the wrath of man to praise Him.” (Griffith Thomas, cited in Barnhouse) 5. (36-42) Jacob rebukes his father-in-law Laban. Then Jacob was angry and rebuked Laban, and Jacob answered and said to Laban: “What is my trespass? What is my sin, that you have so hotly pursued me? Although you have searched all my things, what part of your household things have you found? Set it here before my brethren and your brethren, that they may judge between us both! These twenty years I have been with you; your ewes and your female goats have not miscarried their young, and I have not eaten the rams of your flock. That which was torn by beasts I did not bring to you; I bore the loss of it. You required it from my hand, whether stolen by day or stolen by night. There I was! In the day the drought consumed me, and the frost by night, and my sleep departed from my eyes. Thus I have been in your house twenty years; I served you fourteen years for your two daughters, and six years for your flock, and you have changed my wages ten times. Unless the God of my father, the God of Abraham and the Fear of Isaac, had been with me, surely now you would have sent me away empty-handed. God has seen my affliction and the labor of my hands, and rebuked you last night.” a. Then Jacob was angry and rebuked Laban: It is likely that this anger built up in Jacob for a long time – perhaps 20 years. Perhaps in his mind he practiced this speech over and over again. b. What is my trespass? Jacob rebuked Laban and made the case for his own innocence with several examples. · What part of your household things have you found? After searching, Laban found no evidence of the stolen gods he accused Jacob of taking. · These twenty years I have been with you: Jacob’s twenty years of faithful service proved his integrity. · Your ewes and your female goats have not miscarried: This demonstrated the care Jacob showed for the success of Laban’s herds. · I have not eaten the rams of your flock: Jacob didn’t feed or enrich himself at the expense of what belonged to Laban. · That which was torn by beasts I did not bring to you: It was an ancient custom that a shepherd could bring the torn carcass of a sheep to his owner, as evidence that he was brave enough to not let the wolf devour it or take it away, and thus the shepherd would be excused. Jacob explained he didn’t follow this custom, and every animal that was attacked or stolen, he replaced out of his own herd. · Drought consumed me, and the frost by night, and my sleep departed: Jacob worked hard and sacrificed for the success of Laban’s enterprise. · You have changed my wages ten times: Jacob endured repeated unfairness from Laban as his employer. c. Unless the God of my father, the God of Abraham and the Fear of Isaac, had been with me, surely now you would have sent me away empty handed: Jacob claimed that it was God’s protection that sent him away in a way that prevented Laban from taking what belonged to Jacob. i. It was good that Jacob saw God’s place in all this. Unfortunately, nowhere does Jacob claim God as his own; he referred to God as the God of his father Isaac and grandfather Abraham. C. Laban and Jacob make a covenant. 1. (43-50) Jacob and Laban make a covenant. And Laban answered and said to Jacob, “These daughters are my daughters, and these children are my children, and this flock is my flock; all that you see is mine. But what can I do this day to these my daughters or to their children whom they have borne? Now therefore, come, let us make a covenant, you and I, and let it be a witness between you and me.” So Jacob took a stone and set it up as a pillar. Then Jacob said to his brethren, “Gather stones.” And they took stones and made a heap, and they ate there on the heap. Laban called it Jegar Sahadutha, but Jacob called it Galeed. And Laban said, “This heap is a witness between you and me this day.” Therefore its name was called Galeed, also Mizpah, because he said, “May the Lord watch between you and me when we are absent one from another. If you afflict my daughters, or if you take other wives besides my daughters, although no man is with us; see, God is witness between you and me!” a. All that you see is mine: Laban boldly said that everything Jacob had actually belonged to him. Yet, in a supposed gesture of generosity, he said to Jacob: “It is mine, but Jacob, out of the generosity of my heart, I’ll let you have it.” b. May the Lord watch between you and me when we are absent one from another: In this covenant, Laban expressed how suspicious he was of Jacob. The idea of Mizpah (watch) is “If you do wrong, God will see it and may He punish.” i. “In effect, the pillar of Mizpah meant, ‘If you come over on my side of this line, the pact is void and I will kill you.’ The covenant breaker would need God to take care of him, because the other would shoot to kill.” (Barnhouse) Mizpah was never meant to be a nice sentiment - despite what a Mizpah coin shared between two people might say. 2. (51-55) A pillar of separation and a parting of their ways. Then Laban said to Jacob, “Here is this heap and here is this pillar, which I have placed between you and me. This heap is a witness, and this pillar is a witness, that I will not pass beyond this heap to you, and you will not pass beyond this heap and this pillar to me, for harm. The God of Abraham, the God of Nahor, and the God of their father judge between us.” And Jacob swore by the Fear of his father Isaac. Then Jacob offered a sacrifice on the mountain, and called his brethren to eat bread. And they ate bread and stayed all night on the mountain. And early in the morning Laban arose, and kissed his sons and daughters and blessed them. Then Laban departed and returned to his place. a. I will not pass beyond this heap to you: The best solution for Jacob’s in-law problems was for him to separate from Laban. Therefore they set up a pillar to be a barrier between them. i. There is wisdom in having some separation from in-laws. The Bible says, therefore a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife (Genesis 2:24). Laban and Jacob seemed to have more problems than many, so their separation was extreme. b. Then Laban departed and returned to his place: After a proper good-bye, Laban saw his daughters and grandchildren for the last time. “This is the last we hear of Laban in the Bible, and it is good that this is the end of him. Laban is of the world, and Jacob needed to be freed from this world in order to live wholeheartedly for the God of his fathers.” (Boice) i. Morris on Laban: “Rather than seeking to follow the truth of God’s plan as witnessed by Jacob, he merely resented and coveted the blessing of God on Jacob. He finally ended up with neither. His life constitutes a sober warning to a great host of semireligious but fundamentally self-worshipping and self-seeking men and women today.” ii. So, Rachel and Leah were wrong to look to their father Laban for their portion or inheritance (Genesis 31:14) once they were married to Jacob. He now was their portion and inheritance. “Since you are saved and joined to Christ, appraise the world and ask, ‘Is there yet any portion for me?’ If you think there is, you are mistaken.” (Barnhouse)

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