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S04 Ep 46 As The Church Are We of One Accord Part 2 of 4

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December 11, 2022 4:00 pm

S04 Ep 46 As The Church Are We of One Accord Part 2 of 4

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December 11, 2022 4:00 pm

Welcome to the Man Talk Radio Podcast, this week guest speaker Bishop Larry Jackson from our 07/28/2022 Men's Dinner discusses the unity of being of one accord Part 2 of 4

Our ministry is devoted to breaking down the walls of race and denomination so that men, who are disciples of Christ, may come together to worship as one body.

Man Talk
Will Hardy and Roy Jones Jr.
Man Talk
Will Hardy and Roy Jones Jr.
Man Talk
Will Hardy and Roy Jones Jr.
Man Talk
Will Hardy and Roy Jones Jr.

Welcome to Man Talk, a ministry sponsored by TAWCMM, Talking and Walking Christian Men's Ministry, where we're devoted to breaking down the walls of race and denomination and to point men to their God-assigned roles. Now here's your hosts, Will Hardy and Roy Jones Jr. Today we're bringing you a special series from our men's dinner held bi-monthly on Thursdays. Check out our website for more details,

Today's episode will be with Bishop Larry Jackson. When you think about that for a moment, just you as a man in here tonight, think about that concerning your spouses. How many of you like to get away? See? You want to be to yourself. You want to do your own thing.

You need your space. Oh, one God, one place, one mind, one heart, one attitude, one voice. Okay, let me go to your church.

See, y'all are not having fun at home. Let's go to your church for a moment. How many of you this week shared the message you got from Sunday like you gave it? So did you come to hear a message or were you coming to spread the message? I said, are you coming to hear a message or did you come so you can spread a message to a generation that I can't get to? I give to you. You take that message and say, look, this has got to go to work with me.

This has got to go to my family. One voice, one attitude, one mindset. I become the pastor to my family. I become the pastor to my job.

I become the same. Somebody's spoken to me, I don't even have to tell them about that. That ain't even important. It's important that I spread that same message. If you are part of the house, you are part of the house to spread the message of the house, not to hear a message from the house. I don't know about you.

I go a lot of places. I don't know a lot of people that even think that way. They think that this is a religious service, this is a religious thing to do. But did you go home from the message and discuss it at home?

Did you discuss it from the place of you're not going to break my unity or what I didn't like about it and what wasn't right in it? Because we have all these apologists within the body of Christ today that everybody knows better than everybody else. There's a ton of these apologists all over the body of Christ. They ain't trying to stand hard to madam. They ain't trying to do that, trying to make sure that they can be exalted and you know I know what I know and they didn't know what they knew.

Have you tracked it so far? We're not there yet. I had an issue, not really a big issue, but I'm thinking why did this word take so long to materialize in the Bible? Jesus has been here this whole time and Jesus didn't say this word not one time. You think Jesus knew Greek? You think he knew some Arabic? You think he knew that?

You think he knew it? Okay. Jesus, why didn't you use this word? This is an amazing word, man. Why didn't you use this word? Jesus, you should have used this word.

So then I started checking out. Okay, Lord. Okay, Lord. What word did you use to deal with this fact of one, this unity, all of this unison and all of this harmony if you want to bring a harmonious thing together?

Why didn't you use the word and use it? Matthew chapter 18. If you go over there with me, you got your Bibles. Again, I'm just going to jump in there and jump out. I'm trying to connect you to the last time. Are you all with me?

I'm still connecting you right now. I haven't gone further. In Matthew 16, Jesus talked about this verse 18. I'm going to read it.

I will not talk about it because it'll get me off track. But verily, verily, I say unto you, whatever things you bind on earth shall be bound in heaven and whatever things you loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven. Okay, and he says, again, I say unto you that if what? What y'all reading?

If what? 1818, I'm sorry. Y'all there?

Now I'm at 1819. Again, I say unto you that if how many? Two of you should do what? Agree. What are they doing? They agree where? On earth as touching anything that they shall what? Ask. Ask it shall be done for them of my Father which is in heaven. For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I in the midst of them.

You got that? Okay, great, great, great, great. So I'm looking at this and I'm going, okay, okay, okay, so that's, that's, that's after my God, but you when I look at the Greek, you didn't use my God.

Why didn't you use how come I done? You use another word. Oh, another word.

Okay. You use this word, symphonia, and we get our word symphony from that word. So I'm going, wow, symphony, huh? Well that's musical though, isn't it?

Hello? Is it musical? I said, wow, let me, let me investigate that further. So I go in and start studying symphonies. Again, I love symphony. I love music. I always have. And I told you the last time, I love going even when we were going on field trips as students.

Everybody's there eating their candy and stuff. I'm into the music. I want to get there early because I love hearing them tune. I'm one of those weird guys that I like hearing them tune up and all that kind of stuff. And there's all these different instruments tuning together and they're not playing any sound.

But I just love hearing that. I just love being in the symphony together. And then they would all tune together. And that would be like, wow, okay, all that happened and now we get ready to have the concert. Now, so I said, let me check this thing out. Let me see why did he use symphony or symphonio rather than Hasamadam.

And come to find out, I said, okay, this is pretty amazing because this word means agree, agree with, together and all of that. So at the concert, at the symphony, there is a person that is the first string violinist. The first string violinist, if I'm the conductor, they're always to the left.

Always. That's the only constant in any orchestra. That has to be there. It has to be to the left, the first right.

That's the only constant. Other stuff can be moved around based on the hall that they're in, based on the conductor himself maybe or how they want to set it up. They can move some things. They can move the wind section. They can move certain things.

Most of them are normally basic. But this has to be this way. It cannot be anywhere else. Got to be right here. Got to be right here. And that is because the concert master, now think about this now.

I want you to grab this now. The concert master, who is the first chair violinist, is seated right here. That's where that person is. Man or woman, first chair violinist is right there.

Right there. The oboes are sometimes in the wood section, most of the time is in the middle in most places. And so the oboes is back there. And what they would do, they used it because when you first had an orchestra back in the 17th century, you did not have anything but violins.

That's it. The whole thing was made of a violin. Now, this concert master is really interesting because this concert master is actually the team leader for the entire orchestra. That one person is the team leader for the entire orchestra. Now, you've seen an orchestra, right? Have you paid any attention to the fact that everybody's bow is going in the same direction? There is nobody's bow that's going up when another one is coming down. Did you know you could play that same note going up that you play coming down?

Hello. Did you know that? You can play it and say no.

Alright? Are you with me? So why is, the bow wing, the concert master determines the bow wing. Their bow wing has to do, the concert master told them how to do that.

It is put into their score that they're reading how they, this person, want them to bow. Did you hear what I just told you? And you've got to stay with me. I'll take you somewhere, man. We're on our way.

Please don't get tired of me. I've got some stuff for you. So, that is an amazing thing. Concert master is seated there doing that. So, the old boys in the concert, before the concert starts, watch this, the conductor of the concert that he or she is not out yet. They're not here at the podium. They're not there.

They're not even out here. The old boys plays a chord. The old boys plays a chord because it's bright.

The old boys are bright. Are you with me? They play a chord that every string instrument has. Every string instrument has this chord.

Alright? Or has this on their bow. Or on the piano.

Whatever. And when they plays it, then the first chair violinist will get up and tune to the old boys and everybody tunes their instrument to the chord that the old boys plays. And they all are tuned to the A chord.

Why is that important to you to know? Because, watch this. If you're in a band, you tune to B flat. A band doesn't tune to A. Bands tune to B flat. So, watch.

Watch me. Once they are tuned, watch this, man of God. Once they are tuned, the conductor walks on the stage. Everybody in the audience is clapping because now the conductor comes on the stage who's going to conduct this play. He comes and stops and he shakes the hand of the concert master. He doesn't shake the hand of anybody else in this orchestra. Concert master is who he shakes the hand of. He takes his place. And everybody is ready.

Wow. The conductor doesn't show up until they are one chord. But you will tell me Jesus came to your church. Jesus ain't coming to your church if you're not in one chord.

He's not showing up. You don't come around when it ain't unified. That's why Jesus said, where two are gathered in, I'm in the midst of that.

I don't need a thousand of you. I just need two of you to get in one chord. If I can get two of you to get in one chord, we take the world. That means you think the same thing. You move the same way. Come on. How would that look at your house?

You already got two of you in there. What would happen if you could get in one chord at home? What would happen if you could agree on how you're going to do the money? How you going to raise the children? How you going to run the business?

I've had so many businessmen that I've talked to concerning this. And they say to me, I say to them, you give your wife any leeway to tell you what to do in your business? Well, she don't understand it.

I didn't ask you that. I didn't ask you if she understood it. I bet she has an intuition about what you should be doing.

The question is are you willing to listen to it? Or will you shut her down playing your own instrument while your wife playing her instrument not on a chord? Can she give you any of her intuition and feelings?

Then the other question for her, if I was talking to them, is do you know how to give that insight? Do you know how to tell them so that y'all can stay in one chord? I feel they're naughty up here. Y'all don't feel it. I feel it. The Lord is breaking through some stuff. Amen. I'm telling you, listen to me really good. If we can find it, gentlemen, it's over.

How do I know that? Psalm 133. Go ahead. Come on.

Psalm 133. Has anybody learned anything? It came to me. It just broke me down. I just thought, what have I been doing?

Why haven't I been in one chord? Because you want to do your own thing, Larry. You want to do your own thing. You want to do your own stuff.

You don't know how to get behind and push. What does it say in Psalm 133? Y'all got it? What does it say? Behold what?

A good in what? It is for a brother and to dwell together in unity. It's gracious. And then he explained what it is like, right? He said it's like the precious ointment on the head that ran down to the beard, even Aaron's beard that went down to the skirts of his garment.

He says all the oil that was poured on Aaron's head went all down his body and touched all the garment, the whole body. This concludes today's message. Join us again next week when we continue this series with Bishop Jackson from our July 28th men's dinner. You can watch this message in its entirety on our YouTube page, slash at TAWCMM. As we conclude today's show, TAWCMM talking and walking Christian men's ministry are building a community of men to be servant leaders in their home, communities, churches and work environment. Check us out on our website for upcoming events and regular scheduled meetings. Don't forget to send us an email for topics that you would like us to visit in the future. Thank you for joining us today on Man Talk. Visit us at
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