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Robert Breaker – Why Not To Worry Once You Are Saved
Sealed With The Holy Spirit – Standing Vs State

Robert Breaker – Repentance, What the Bible says about Repentance, Biblical Repentance
Sermon for Sunday, May 10, 2015. This is the thirty-third sermon preached in English on thecloudchurch.org. It was preached by Pastor/Missionary Evangelist Robert Breaker, and shows not only the definition of the word “Repentance” but also shows that word in the Bible and how it’s used in context. He also shows “biblical repentance” which equates to salvation.

Robert Breaker – What the Bible Says About Self Defense
Missionary Evangelist Robert Breaker shows how the right to Self Defense is a GOD-GIVEN RIGHT bestowed upon all men, which is clearly shown the word of God.
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Robert Breaker – Following Jesus or How you are Supposed to Follow Jesus According to the Bible
Sermon for Sunday, February 26, 2017. This is the 126th sermon preached in English on thecloudchurch.org. It was preached by Pastor/Missionary Evangelist Robert Breaker, who show the RIGHT WAY to follow Jesus.

Robert Breaker – Grace: Not an Excuse to Sin!
Sermon for Sunday, May 21, 2017. This is the 138th sermon preached in English on thecloudchurch.org. It was preached by Pastor/Missionary Evangelist Robert Breaker, who shows from the Holy Scriptures how God’s grace is NOT an excuse to sin!

Study finds improved self-regulation in kindergartners who wait a year to enroll

Study finds improved self-regulation in kindergartners who wait a year to enroll
October 7, 2015
By May Wong
The new Stanford study found improved self-regulation in children who delayed kindergarten by a year. (Photo credit: Christopher Futcher/iStock)
A new research paper co-authored by Professor Thomas Dee finds strong evidence of mental health benefits in delaying kindergarten.
A new study on the mental health effects of kindergarten enrollment ages found strong evidence that a one-year delay dramatically improves a child’s self-regulation abilities even into later childhood.
According to the study co-authored by Stanford Graduate School of Education Professor Thomas Dee, children who started kindergarten a year later showed significantly lower levels of inattention and hyperactivity, which are jointly considered a key indicator of self regulation. The beneficial result was found to persist even at age 11.
“We found that delaying kindergarten for one year reduced inattention and hyperactivity by 73 percent for an average child at age 11,” Dee said, “and it virtually eliminated the probability that an average child at that age would have an ‘abnormal,’ or higher-than-normal rating for the inattentive-hyperactive behavioral measure.”
Findings from the study, which Dee co-authored with Hans Henrik Sievertsen of the Danish National Centre for Social Research, could help parents in the recurring debate over the pros and cons of a later school entry.
Though many children in developed countries now start their formal schooling at an older age, a growing body of empirical studies could neither conclusively point to improved test scores nor higher incomes from a delayed kindergarten entry, the study stated.
Dee and Sievertsen’s research, however, provides new evidence instead on mental health aspects that are predictors of educational outcomes.
In the psychology realm, the measure of inattention and hyperactivity – the mental health traits behind Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder – effectively reflects the concept of self regulation. A higher level of self regulation, which describes a person’s ability to control impulses and modulate behavior in attaining goals, is commonly linked to student achievement.
Staying focused, faring better
The underlying theory is that youngsters and teens who can stay focused, sit still and pay attention longer, fare better in school.

Delaying kindergarten enrollment for one year shows significant mental health benefits for children, according to a recent study. Researchers found that a one-year delay in enrolling a child in kindergarten dramatically reduces inattention and hyperactivity at age seven.
Researchers found that children who were held back from kindergarten for as little as one year showed a 73 percent reduction in inattentiveness and hyperactivity compared to children sent the year earlier, according to this new study on kindergarten and mental health.
Stanford’s Graduate School of Education offered a news release about the new study published in the National Bureau of Economic Research titled, The Gift of Time? School Starting Age and Mental Health.
Findings from the study, which Professor Thomas S. Dee co-authored with Hans Henrik Sievertsen of the Danish National Center for Social Research, could help parents in viewing the pros and cons of postponing enrolling their child in kindergarten up to a year later.

Top 10 UFC Middleweight fighter and former Special Forces sniper Tim Kennedy breaks down the secret behind getting off the grid, living a self sustainable lifestyle and eating real nutritional food

Top 10 UFC Middleweight fighter and former Special Forces sniper Tim Kennedy breaks down the secret behind getting off the grid, living a self sustainable lifestyle and eating real nutritional food.

Rise of the machines: Google robots, Kurzweil’s AI, and why self-aware machines will inevitably seek to destroy humanity

Rise of the machines: Google robots, Kurzweil’s AI, and why self-aware machines will inevitably seek to destroy humanity

(NaturalNews) In the brilliant techno-thriller fiction novel DAEMON by Daniel Suarez, a collection of clever computer scripts take over corporations, economies and entire governments. AI programs also activate and control vehicles, buildings and critical infrastructure, outmaneuvering the FBI, CIA and even the NSA at every turn.

The book is a great ride that’s obviously written by a very well-informed information technology expert. But what if it’s not fiction?

Earlier this week, AI expert Ray Kurzweil predicted that robots would “outsmart humans” by 2029. It’s probably going to be much sooner, given that humans are currently suffering a rapid cognitive decline due to widespread water fluoridation (which even Harvard experts say causes lowered IQs), heavy metals contamination of the food supply, and of course the IQ-cannibalizing broadcasts of MSNBC and CNN.

As much as Kurzweil seems somewhat loony for his ideas about “merging with the machines” and uploading your mind into a supercomputer, he’s not someone who can be readily dismissed, even by his skeptics. He’s obviously a very intelligent individual, and he’s been right about a great many things in the history of technological achievement. When Kurzweil publicly predicts robots will out-think humans by 2029, we’d better take note.

“By 2029, computers will be able to do all the things that humans do. Only better,” reports The Guardian in an interview with Kurzweil.

Learn more:  http://www.naturalnews.com/044074_rise_of_the_machines_Google_robots_Ray_Kurzweil.html##ixzz2uQsjEq8Q

Systema Spetsnaz-Multiple Opponents Combat ( Vadim Starov)

НОВЫЙ НАБОР В ГРУППУ ВАДИМА СТАРОВА
САМООБОРОНА СПЕЦНАЗ И НОЖЕВОЙ БОЙ
ЧИСЛО УЧАСТНИКОВ ОГРАНИЧЕНО
SEMINAR TOPICS
Punches – Strikes – Kicks
Pressure Points
Internal Wave Energy
Grabs & Chokes
Weapons Combat
Multiple Opponents Combat
Combat in difficult conditions
No – Contact Combat

Was Self-Immolation at National Mall Protest Against Government Corruption?

Was Self-Immolation at National Mall Protest Against Government Corruption?

Man gave military salute to Capitol before setting himself ablaze

Infowars.com Oct. 7, 2013

The man who died last week after dousing himself in gasoline and setting himself on fire at the National Mall in Washington D.C. may have been staging a political protest against any number of the Obama administration’s corrupt activities, from the recent implementation of Obamacare to the barricading of national monuments in response to the government shutdown.

 

According to The Washington Post, a cameraman named Javier Soto reportedly snapped photos of the man as he began to set himself ablaze. Soto claims the man “gave the Capitol a crisp military salute,” before starting the fire with a lighter.

The fact the man was witnessed giving a military salute lends credence to the notion he was engaged in some form of civil disobedience or political protest; however, don’t expect the compliant lapdog national media to call it what it is.

As Slate notes, self-immolation has long been a powerful form of radical political protest, “and the location (within sight of the Capitol) and the timing (during the shutdown) raise the possibility that was the case this time.” According to Slate, however, the evidence is not nearly convincing enough to prove the man’s setting himself on fire was in any way political.

One of the most memorable self-immolation protests involved a Vietnamese Buddhist monk by the name of Thích Quảng Đức who set himself on fire in protest of South Vietnam’s persecution of Buddhists. A photo of Quảng Đức sitting calmly in the street while flames engulfed his body led President Kennedy to state, “No news picture in history has generated so much emotion around the world as that one.”

News of the man’s fiery protest was overshadowed by the previous day’s events, in which police gunned down a 34-year-old mother and dental hygienist near the White House in front of her 1-year-old daughter.

 

This article was posted: Monday, October 7, 2013  at  4:16 pm