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>> announcer: the following is a paid advertisement for omega xl. >> my name's larry king. a few years ago, i had to ha open-heart surgery. when i recovered, i established the larry king cardiac foundation to help people like me avoid heart oblems with proper foods, medication, and a healthy listyle. well, i recently met ken meares, a man with similar goals. he's the founder and c.e.o. of great healthworks and, for 25 years, has been active in creating and promoting good health. well, ken has developed and tested a product called omega xl. now, we've all heard about the benefits of a daily dose of fish oil, but they tell me that omega xl takes a giant leap forward towards maintaining good health. now, we're also gonna speak to
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board-certified in family practice, specializing in anti-aging and preventative medicines. when we return, the doctor and ken will explain how omega xl can help you. >> announcer: if you've been living in pain and you're tired of trying products that just don't work, you are not alone. today, 1.5 billion people worldwide are living in chronic pain. don't let pain deny you the life you deserve. join hundreds of thousands of omega xl users that have chosen to fight inflammatioand get rid of pain. now they're living life to the fullest, thanks to omega xl -- the all-natural anti-inflammatory that has more available omega-3s than regular fish oil. >> someone introduced me to omega xl, and i have almost forgotten out the pain. it's that incredible. >> omega xl is far greater than just aboutny fish oil that i've ever taken, and i've been taking fish oil for many years. >> i'm so thankful that i have
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wouldn't go one day without it. >> pain really changes who you are. it got to the point where i even thought about, "am i gonna be able to do another season?" now i say as many seasons as they want to have me, because m ready for it. this is a product that helps you live a healthy life, and that's something that i want to share with as many people as possible. take your omega xl. >> announcer: all these stories are from people that have experienced the benefits of omega xl. 25 years of clinical studies have proven that omegal has far better benefits than ordinary fish oils. this is due to omega xl's source, the green-lipped mussel. this mussel is farmed in the purest waters in the world, the marlborough sound in w zealand. once harvested, it goes through a patented super-critical co2-extraction process. this unique process allows omega xl to have 22 times the fatty-acid availability and makes it more powerful than regular fish oils. therefore, omega xl is more
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inflammation, the cause of pain. you don't need to suffer anymore. omega xl will help you get rid of pain and live the life you deserve. >> ken, will start with you. what is omega xl? >> omega xl is a one-of-a-kind omega-3. there's nothing like it. we believe it's the most powerful omega-3 on the face of the planet, which offers tremendous anti-inflammatory benefits. >> dr. mcquillan, why should i take it? >> it is the most potent natural anti-inflammatory that exists. it actually is very effective in treating the pain and the symptoms of inflammation, so pain, swelling like arthritic joints, back pain, swollen joints, things that cause disability. omega xl is, in my medical opinion, the best anti-inflammatory product for your health. >> are you saying that this is better than fish oil? >> much better than fish oil. no question about it.
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fish oil -- you have no idea where the fish came from, and when you're swallowing something, you should care what you're putting in your body. a great deal of the fi oil comes from some of the dirtiest waters in the world -- from around the world -- and when they bring these fish in, they don't take the fillet and give that to the fish-oil products. the fillet, many times, goes to different restaurants and other types of foods. they take what's remaining of the fish -- probably 49% to 50% are the head, the bones, the tail -- grind it all up, and that's what goes in the majority of fish oil on the shelf today. who wants to swallow that? here, with omega xl, you're taking a green-lipped mussel that's grown on vines, spended in the purest waters in the world, never touched the ocean floor. no heavy metals -- you don't have the lead, the zinc, the mercury, and all the heavy metals that are found in fish oil. and when they bake fish oil and try to make it -- to get rid of all those heavy metals, they bake most of the benefits of the omega-3 out of it, where
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potent, one-of-a-kind, easy to swallow. >> as a stem-cell scientist, i think it's important to do research on anything that you would place into your body. i thinit's important to only use natural-type supplements. having said that, i do not use any other supplement other than omega xl. >> you want to get rid of that pain? omega xl. i mean, i guarantee it. you come find me, look me up if i'm not telling you the truth. >> announcer: if you're living in pain, listen up. every day, people suffer from symptoms including back, neck, knee, and joint pain.st udies have proven that inflammation is the culprit, but now you can fight it with omega xl. as part of the show, we are extending a special offer. call in the next 20 minutes and we'll doubleour order. don't miss the opportunity to regain control of your life. there's no financial risk. omega xl offers a 90-day
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you have nothing to lose. time's running out. call now. >> they're gone. i don't have to worry about those aches and pains, you know, since i've been taking the omega xl. >> omega xl, thank you very much for changing my life, and i will be a loyal customer for life. >> omega xl's definitely worked for me. >> when i took the omega xl, the only thing that i can say is it made me feel great. >> announcer: due to its unique extraction process, omega xl gives us something called free fatty acids, which our body can utilize instantly, whereas regular fish oil comes in the triglyceride form that is bound and our body cannot utilize it readily. this is the reason why fish-oil pills have to be so big. omega xl is a small, safe, easy-to-swallow gel capsule that can go directly into your system and will effectively reduce your inflammation. >> fish oils generally, though, have an aftertaste. and they also cause burping, 'cause i used to have a problem
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>> sure. >> does your product have these side effects? >> no, it really doesn't. i'll tell you why. we've brought some fish-oil capsules. thesare the standard fish-oil capsules with their 1,000 milligram. >> anybody who takes fish-oil product knows this product. >> exactly. or you can take this small omega xl capsule, which one of these is equivalent to 10 of these. let me pour 10 in your hand, larry. you'd have to take all 10 of these to get the benefits of one small omega xl capsule. so, women and children and men -- nobody wants to swallow 10 minivans, if you will. you can have one. >> well, how can you get all this in this? >> well, i think the doctor can answer that -- why it's such a unique formulation. >> the difference in the quality of the oil is the extraction process gives us something called a free fatty acid, which is the type of fatty acid that your body can utilize. whereas in this fish-oil
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so big is that this is the triglyceride form, which means that it's bound and your body can't utilize it readily. when you take this, this is just fatty acids that can go directly into your system, and they can be effective for reducing your inflammation. >> well, there's something very impoant, also. in today's world, with a doctor here, the average person over 55 today is on five different prescription medications. omega xl has no drug-drug interaction, which is so important. the improper use of prescription medication is probably the sixth cause of death today. so, you have people that have difficulty sleeping at night -- aches and pains cause loss of sleep -- and they worry about the medicine they're taking. omega xl releases at fear of, "is it going to interact with my other drugs," and it reduces the inflammatory pain that you may have in your back, your legs, and so on, to give you a good
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very few testimonials in my life -- you can count them on one hand -- and this is a terrific product. it's wonderful being associated with you. >> i havbeen practicing medicine for over 20 years, and i have never endorsed a product, either. >> really? >> and i just feel that this product is so valuable and so important that it's a privilege to be associated with it. >> in fact, i'm gonna take two now. >> well, i will add this, and this is one thing. 80% of our customers are women that call in to buy our product. the women are the gatekeepers of the family's health. >> mm-hmm. >> grandmothers are able to now bend over and pick up their grandchild when the grandchild's running towards them instead of saying, "no, no, no. grandma's back hurts." so, you have this aging society, this active society, this active lifeyle, and everyone wants to move and breathe naturally. they want to be able to get up. they want to be able to walk. they want to be able to enjoy themselves. is a life-changing product that is just truly one of a kind. >> and, by the way, they're so
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without water. >> you have hundreds of people, hundreds of family and, we call them employees, but associates at great healthworks today so proud that you're here to help us with our message. >> there's the number. >> there's two different benefits that i've noticed by taking omega xl, one being the increased benet of not having to worry about stiffness or joint problems. the other benefit has been the difference i've seen in my skin. >> i'm amazed at how many people that i talk to suffer from some sort of back discomfort, usually in the lower back, and i have recommended omega xl numerous occasions and will continue to do so, and i'll be on it for life. >> the omega xl capsule is so small that it's just -- it's so simple to swallow. you get most of these pills that have -- that are huge to take, to swallow. it's very hard. but these -- the omega xl capsules are very small, very easy to take. >> you have to know the pain that you've been through in
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you feel with the omega xl. >> announcer: if you're living in pain, listen up. every day, people suffer from symptoms including back, neck, knee, and joint pain. studies have proven that inflammation is the culprit, but now you can fight it with omega xl. as part of the show, we are extending a special offer. call and we'll double your order. don't miss the opportunity to regain control of your life. there's no financial risk. omega xl offers a 90-day money-back guarantee. you have nothing to lose. time's running out. call now. >> why is it so effective, ken? >> why is it so effective? it's one of a kind. it truly is one of a kind. there's been 25 years of research. it comes from a green-lipped mussel. nature has provided an oil extract that's one of a kind. it's patent protected. >> this is a nutritional supplement, and what it can do is reduce the signs and symptoms
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you know, inflammation is pralent in many diseases, so it's helpful in many different conditions. >> people say, "well, how can this be so good?" well, because the biggest problem to your body is inflammatory-related conditions. doesn't matter if you're a truck driver, if you're a police officer, if you're a fireman, if you work in construction, if you work in the restaurant business, if you are a lady that stands on your feet all day -- >> almost if you move. >> if you move. >> [ chuckles ] >> because pain just ruins your day. >> you're looking at someone. >> it ruins your day. >> i have a low tolerance. >> it's hard to enjoy yourife. everybody has a low tolerance, particularly when you have back pain. back pn will strike 80% of everyone in their lifetime. and it's an over-use condition -- chronic, chronic back pain. so, when you have back pain, you have arthritic pain, particularly if you use your body for your work. do you know that insurance companies today, with all the crazy things that are going on in our insurance world, one of the first questions they're asking you when you fill out
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is, "does any part of your body hurt when you come home from work?" so, they know that we're overusing our bodies, which tends to cause more corrective action, which causes the rates too up to keep you in great shape. so, healthcare, while it's important, the important word is self-care. if you don't do something for yourself, omega xl is the beginning of self-care. >> not available in stores. >> no. >> why? >> you know, retail is an important part of the distribution channel of life, but they cannot give the quality care -- customer care that we give. at great healthworks, when a customer calls, you're calling a customer-care person at great healthworks. they're knowledgeable. but that way, we control the experience of the product. >> announcer: hundreds of thousands of people around the world are enjoying better health today because of the difference lives. this natural anti-inflammatory comes from the green-lipped marlborough sound of
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in the world. >> the key to the way that we process things is we manage the temperature, we manage the storage chain, we know the chemistry we're looking for, and we make really sure that we're getting the right chemistry to the consumer. i cannot say that any of the people who are selling seafood mussels are gonna be concerned about the same thing. you may cook it in a way or deal with it in a way that simply destroys that bioactivity, so not only are you taking a dozen mussels, you may be getting no benefit. so, the certain way of getting the benefit is to take a capsule, and that's so convenient. it's a tiny, little capsule. it's dead easy to take, and you can be sure about what the outcome will be. so, there's no doubt at all in my mind that taking omega-3 every day is a very good way of ensuring that, for well people, that they stay well, and for people who aren't well, that they get better. there's so much evidence that that's the case. and if you're gonna do that, why not take the best? omega xl is the best. >> announcer: omega xl is a one-of-a-kind, powerful omega-3 oil that helps to reduce
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joint pain, arthritis, bronchial tightness, and more. omega xl is the ultimate natural solution in great health and well-being. >> i was ready to pretty much try anything 'cause i was sore. i was real sore. i didn't want to be weighed down by pain. i didn't want to -- i didn't nt to accept it that i was getting older and that pain was starting to take over. so, with omega xl -- i fully believe in omega xl. it allows me to sleep better. it allows me to be more a part of each and every day. i have clarity and focus like i haven't had before. >> i'm on my feet 10 hours a day least. i had knee surgery like four years ago. there was a lot of inflammation after the surgery. i was in so much pain, tears were coming to my eyes. that's how much pain i was in. and, well, you know, my knee is bending much better now, and that inflammation is going away, and that is because of omega xl. >> so, inflammation's the culprit?
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makes the joint unstable, and then that makes it worse. and it's like a snowball rolling downhill. all of a sudden, the condition just gets worse and worse. so, if we can control inflammation -- and omega xl has been shown to be 100 times more powerful than other fish oils in controlling the inflammation -- we can control the pain and the disability and actually help maintain a healthier joint. >> it's everyday life. people that drive trucks, firemen, people that stand on their feet all day, women who are hair dressers -- whatever you do, we're overusing our bodies. we're living longer, and we're wearing our joints out faster because we're more involved with sports at a later age -- golfing, lower-back inflammation, so it's part of our lives that is causing these problems. >> can you tell me from your experience how omega xl has improved people's lives? >> by the hundreds of thousands. i'll start with you. when we started to talk about you doing this program, you said, "i want to send it to
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>> correct. >> and how did that work out? >> worked out terrific. i used to -- when i got up in the morning to put on my socks, to bend over to put them on, i used to have -- it was really pain. i don't have it anymore. >> now, this is not a music show. this is not a sports show. this is a show about pain care, so when someone watches this program, either they have pain or someone they know has pain. and here's a very powerful and frightening statistic. today, there are 60 million women between 40 and 60 who are acting as caregivers to their mothers. and the daughter, from 40 to 60, is using their body up, having more pain prematurely, at a younger age than ever before. you have 100 million people in the u.s. today over 50 years old. and in a few short years, you'll have 70 million people over 65. inflammation is going to play a devastating role in our society unless you can control it. >> announcer: if you've been living in pain and you're tired of trying products that just don't work, you are not alone.
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worldwide are living in chronic pain. don't let pain deny you the life you deserve. join hundreds of thousands of omega xl users that have chosen to fight inflammation and get rid of pain. now they're living life to the fullest, thanks to omega xl -- the all-natural anti-inflammatory that has more available omega-3s than regular fish oil. >> i would not go without omega xl, because it's made a huge impact in my daily life. >> i want to tell everybody. i'm telling you about it. i'm telling you about something that's gonna change your life if you'll try it. >> announcer: if you're living in pain, listen up. every day,eople suffer from symptoms including back, neck, knee, and joint pain. studies have proven that inflammation is the culprit, but now you can fight it with omega xl. as part of the show, we are extending a special offer. call and we'll double your order. don't miss the opportunity to regain control of your life.
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oma xl offers a 90-day money-back guarantee. you have nothing to lose. time's running out. call now. >> how does it help, doctor, arthritis or chronic pain? >> it actually affects 53 different pathways that cause inflammation in your body, and in that regard, it's unique. i mean, osteoarthritis, which affects, currently, 50 million americans is the wear-and-tear arthritis, and as we get older, we're gonna have more symptoms and more disability due to that condition. but it comes from a small injury in the joint or maybe a sports injury in the joint that creates inflammation. >> all right, how about people who are allergic to things like shellfish, yeah. >> they're actually allergic to the protein in the shellfish. we extract all the protein, all the carbohydrate, and all of the sodium. so this is an allergy-free omega-3. there's nothing like it.
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personal experience with your patients, results that they had with the product? >> i've had consistently great results with everyone that i've tried the product with. it is just unbelievable for back pain, back-pain relief. it's very effective in reducing the symptoms associated with arthritis, and we treat a lot of arthritis in our clinic. >> your patients are happy with it. >> my patients are happy with it, and it's easy for them to take. and i can honestly say, before i knew about this product, i would reco oend fishil, but, i mean, they just couldn't take it, because of the side effects -- the dyspepsia and the size of the pill. so i'm hopeful that, really, everybody would try this product, and i think that it would improve the health of anyone who would take it. >> i'm 57 years old, and i've tried a lot of products. i've been in the fitness industry for over 36 years. before taking omega xl, i would have a really hard time with my elbows, and i thought that was
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but after taking omega xl, it started to reduce the swelling, and now i feel no pain at all. my recovery period and my stamina has increased tenfold. >> i wish that they had omega xl 30 years ago when i first got arthritis. i've been now playing golf, and i noticed great effects from being able to do that, and i'm able to exercise after 25 years of not being able to exercise. >> what i had to do was out and buy every known bottle opener, jar opener. never, never g this particular lingonberry jam open. and today... here you are. >> announcer: all these stories are from people that hav experienced the benefits of omega xl. 25 years of clinical studies have proven that omega xl has far better benefits than ordinary fish oils. this is due to omega xl's source, the green-lipped mussel. this mussel is farmed in the purest waters in the world,
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new zealand. once harvested, it goes through a patented super-critical co2-extraction process. this unique process allows omega xl to have 2times the fatty-acid availability and makes it more powerful than regular fish oils. therefore, omega xl is more effective at reducing inflammation, the cause of pain. you don't need to suffer anymore. omega xl will help you get rid of pain and live the life you deserve. >> and, you know, doctor, i'm involved with cardiac health, having had the problems myself. i have my foundation. how can omega xl help reduce the risk of heart attacks? >> 30 years of studies that have shown the benefits of omega-3s for reducing plaque formation on the arteries, which actually clog the arteries and cause heart attacks and strokes. it actually helps to reduce triglyceride levels, which are an independent-risk factor, which put people at risk for heart disease.
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of my patients to help protect their hearts, preserve their heart and vascular health. >> ken, omega xl seems to be a life-changing product. >> omega xl is a one-of-a-kind omega-3. there's nothing like it. we believe it's the most powerful omega-3 on the face of the planet, which offers tremendous anti-inflammatory benefits. you have hundreds of people, hundreds of family and, we call them employees, but associates at great healthworks today so proud that you're here to help us with our message. >> oh, i'm very proud to be part of it, 'cause it is -- is wonderful being associated with this and wonderful having you and wonderful meeting you. there's the number. >> announcer: hundreds of thousands of people around the world are enjoying better health today because of the difference omega xl has made their lives. this natural anti-inflammatory comes from the green-lipped mussel, grown in the marlborough sound of new zealand, the cleanest waters
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due to its unique extraction process, omega xl gives us something called free fatty acids, which our body can utilize instantly, whereas regular fish oil comes in the triglyceride form that is bound and our dy cannot utilize it readily. this is the reason why fish-oil pis have to be so big. omega xl is a small, safe, easy-to-swallow gel capsule that can go directly into your system and will effectively reduce your inflammation. >> the key to the way that we process things is we manage the temperature, we manage the storage chain, we know the chemistry we're looking for, and we make really sure that we're getting the right chemistry to the consumer. i can't say that any of the people who are selling seafood mussels are gonna be concerned about the same thing. you may cook it in a way or deal with it in a way that simply destroys that bioactivity. so not only are you taking a dozen mussels, you may be getting no benefit. so the certain way of getting the benefit is to take a capsule, and that's so convenient. it's a tiny, little capsule, it's dead easy to take, and you
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outcome will be. so there's no doubt at all, in my mind, that taking omega-3 every day is a very good way of enring that, for well people, that they stay well, and for people who aren't well, that they get better. there's so much evidence that that's the case. and if you're gonna do that, why not take the best? omega xl is the best. >> announcer: omega xl is a one-of-a-kind, powerful omega-3 oil that helps to reduce inflmation associated with joint pain, arthritis, bronchial tightness, and more. omega xl is the ultimate natural solution in great health and well-being. >> omega xl not only helped my hand, it helped my whole body. i can walk around. i can move around. my hand -- i can make fists. i can stretch my fingers. i can turn mhands around without extreme pain. it all has come together because of omega xl. >> well, i had two compressed disks.
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back specialist here in miami and was told there was really nothing i could do for it -- not even surgery. but i started taking the omega xl, and in about 72 hours, i started noticing a significant difference in my back, and the swelling was a lot less. it was really an answer to prayer. i didn't know what i was gonna do. i have children down to a very young age, and i want to be active with them as long as i can. it's allowed me to keep up with them and experience good things. and that's thanks to omega xl. no doubt about it. >> announcer: if you're living in pain, listen up. every day, people suffer from symptoms including back, neck, knee, and joint pain. studies have proven that inflammation is the culprit, but now you can fight it with omega xl. as part of the show, we are extending a special offer. call and we'll double your order. don't miss the opportunity to regain control of your life.
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omega xl offers a 90-day money-back guarantee. you have nothing to lose. time's running out. call now. >> we want to tell you about the larry king cardiac foundation. i started it 25 years ago, and shawn is our chair. our mission? to save hearts. why? because cardiovascular disease is the number-one killer of american men. >> it's also the number-one cause of death in american women, costing us 400,000 moms, sisters, and daughters each year. >> it's the cause of 1 in 4 deaths for men, but regardless of your gender, certain lifestyle behaviors impact your chance of developing heart disease in the first place. now, there's nothing you can do about family history or age, but you can take control and drastically minimize risks by doing simple things. >> exercise regularly and eat a healthy diet, including heart-healthy supplements. prevention is the key. >> that's right. so our foundation is dedicated
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have heart disease, we are actively fighting to bring those numbers down by pushing prevention. >> "exercise and good nutrition" -- we're casting that message far and wide. please join us. help spread the word. together we can build a heart-healthy future. >> join the movement. find us on facebook or www.lkcf.org. >> announcer: the preceding has
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omega xl. announcer hello and welcome to through the bible with les feldick. an oklahoma rancher and farmer, les feldick has been teaching home-style bible classes for over twenty years in iowa, oklahoma and texas. les feldick's unique style of bible teaching has made the books of the bible come to life. when les is teaching, it's so interesting that people say, 'time just seems to fly by.' and now here is les feldick. les feldick okay, we're going to pick right up again where we left off in our last program and now that will be in galatians chapter 5 vee 1. roy's got it up on the board. and this is the third part of the second book, and you'd be surprised how many people out in television, watch for that now. and helps them to figure out a
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at. okay, all of you joining us on televisi, again, in case you're just new and have never seen our program before, we're st an informal bible study. we are not hooked up or connected with anybody. we are just totally dependent on our viewing audience for our support and we certainly appreciate all your letters. and again, i always likto remind folks, that sometimes you'll write and apologize that you can't afford a gift. listen, we like your letters anyway. and we don't open our mail to see how much money we've got although it does take money to pay these tv stations. but, our first concern is what's on your heart and your mind and we just thank the lord for every one of you. and of course for all of you here in our studioaudience, as i've said over and over through these past years, we couldn't do it without you. and we appreciate the effort that all of you have put forth. some of you have driven quite a ways and we certainly appreciate that. all right, all the past
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the video, audio and the printed page and if you're interested you give us a call or drop us a note. okay, we're here for bible study, not to sell anything, so back to galatians chapter 5 verse 1. and we'd just come out of the allegory in the chapter 4 of isaac and ishmael. and ishmael stood for the law and legalism whereas isaac was a picture of the freedom that we have in grace because of the promises of f d. that's really what it all boils down to. god has promised that if we will believe what christ has done then we are his for eternity. in fact, some one just came up. i guess, dr. dick came up and said, 'well, like even when the lord said in john 17, 'those that thou hast given me are mine.'' well, yes, that holds for us as well. we are literally god's gift to the son in response for his
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the cross. all right now then, these next couple, three verses are going to shock a lot of people. they have in the past and i'm sure they will again in the future if we continue on. where paul writes now to you and i as well as to the galatian believers, "stand fast therefore.stand fast therefore, in the liberty (or the freedom) wherewith christ hath made us free. and be not entangled again with the yoke of bondage." because it's been done away with. but yet people will just go to all lengths, it seems, to somehow pull it back into their lifestyle because they just think they have to have some kind of a works religion in order to satisfy, i guess, the ego. i don't know what else it would be. because see, when you're saved by grace there's no ego. there is no pride. because we
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know, i have to tell the lord constantly, why has he seen fit to pour out such grace on iris and i? and i do. i just feel as though he has blessed us so abundantly. but, not because we deserve it. we don't deserve a nickel's worth of it, but it's oh, this liberty that we have in christ because of what he has accomplished. and now i guess is a good time. let's look at colossians. another verse that i use quite often because i love it. it just, it just rings like a bell. colossians chapter 2 verse 13 and 14 and 15. got it? colossians chapter 2, you got it, honey? colossians chapter 2, let's start at verse 13. "and you (now who's he writing to? believers! you
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somebody in some religious system but you and i as members of the body of christ.).and you, being dead in your sins and the uncircumcision of your flesh." in other words, as gentiles, we were just as lost as anybody could be. "and so you being dead in your sins and the uncircumcision of your flesh, he (christ) has (past tense) quickened (or made alive, that is spiritually) together with him having (now that's a past tense participle if i remember my grammar right.).having forgiven all trespasses." how many? all of them. from start to finish. they're all forgiven. why? next verse, "blotting out the
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that was against us, which was contrary to us. and took it out of the way and nailed it to his cross." now isn't that a beautiful way of putting it? he took the law and all of its demands and all of legalism and all of its demands and just literally jerked it away and nailed it to his cross. picture it that way in your mind. and then as he hung there and was crucified for the sins of the world, the law was crucified with him. and it is now a dead system. and oh, the human race is constantly pulling it back out of the grave. have you ever fooled with something that's been dead for a while? it's not pretty is it? listen, that's the way we have to feel about legalism. it's just like trying to bring something
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there's nothing beautiful about that at all. and this is what paul is trying to hammer home. why do you go back to that weak and beggarly stuff, that's been done away with? it's been crucified, it's dead. oh, that reminds me of romans. my goodness, let's go back and look at a few other verses. it's been a long time since we were in romans. romans chapter 7 among others but this is the first one that comes to mind. romans chapter 7 beginning with verse 4. i think we may have used this verse a couple of tapings back. romans chapter 7 verse 4, "wherefore my brethren, you also are become dead to the law, by the body (or the work of the cross) of christ and
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to another. even to him who is raised from the dead, that we should bring forth fruit unto god." all right, now then come on down, well i guess we might as well read 5. i was going to skip it but we can read it. "for when we were in the flesh, (that is in the old adam and we were spiritually dead).for when we were in the flesh, the motions of sins, which were by the law." now you want to remember, every time the jew turned around, what'd the law do? condemned him. i mean it was just human nature to be a law-breaker. and so the law was constantly putting him down as guilty. and yet that's the very thing that people somehow want to resurrect and bring back into their lifestyle. oh, but he says, "when we were in that condition, the motions of sins which were by the law, they did work in our members to bring forth fruit (not unto god but unto what?) unto death."
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6:23 is what?).death.' the wages of sin is death, but the gift of god is eternal life. see that's the two opposites. all right, now verse 6, "but now, (as a result of our gospel).but now we (as believers) are delivered from the law that being dead wherein we were held, that now we should serve in newness of spirit and not in the oldness of the letter." see how plain that is? i think it is anyway. that we're not to be laboring under that old system of law, which is now crucified as far as god is concerned. it's dead. it's gone. and oh, we saw that especially in our letters to the corinthians. oh, you remember that veil that was never taken away for israel because they could never
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now finished and done and that's why they're still trying to keep it today. but you and i know better. we know that the law has been satisfied, it's been crucified. it's been put to death. all right, come back death. all right, come back to galatians 5 now again and remember when i speak of the law, i'm not just talking about the ten commandments and temple worship. i'm talking about anything that you can attach to as legalism. and legalism is anything, i don't care what it is, legalism is anything that you can make up your mind that you're going to do and then go and do it. now of course, the first thing i'm reminded of, i remember iris and i read a little book that took place back in, i think, southwestern missouri. in fact, every time we go over the river on our way out east, we say, hey this is the river where that little fellow was the main character of the book we read. but i'll never forget and iris and i just saw it at the same time as we were reading the book. the little fellow was
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and he'd been kind of a little rascal and he said, 'well, i guess if i really want to please mama, i'd better go and join the church.' sound typical? better go join the church. you remember it, don't you, honey? and now we say that with a smile but listen, how many adults today don't come to that same place, well, i guess maybe it's time i quit sowing my wild oats and i'd better settle down. i'd better go join a church. what is that? that's legalism. that's doing something that you can make up your mind, this is what i'm going to do. others will say, well, i guess maybe i should go and get baptized. same thing. it's still something that you can do. it's a works religion. it's legalism and you could just as well take your sacrifices to some kind of an imaginary temple someplace, because you're going to accomplish the same end. nothing. all right, now let's move on.
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therefore in the liberty wherewith christ hath made us free and be not entangled again with the yoke of bondage." now verse 2, "behold, i paul." now he always emphasizes his apostleship, you know. we saw that in the corinthian letters. "i, paul say unto you that if you be circumcised (for salvation now remember) christ shall profit you (how much?) nothing." now you've always got to remember in the context what was the point of legalism that these galatian believers were begin subjected to? well, circumcision. because that was the main point of legalism in judaism. all right, so circumcision was the big point then. today, we've got other things. circumcision is not the point today that will lead
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this was the crowning miss-teaching that they were being subjected to and paul says, 'if you're going to practice jewish rite of circumcision as a part of salvation, then my gospel, how that christ died and rose from the dead, will profit you nothing.' now i've shaken people up over the years. i know i have. but i say, don't just limit it to circumcision. put anything in there that a man or a woman can do. and they're going to claim that by doing that, they are somehow or other inheriting salvation. i don't care what it is. you know, i've had people call, well my pastor says, unless i speak in tongues, i can't be saved. all right, let's just put it in there. and with no malice toward anyone, but let's just put it in here. all right, 'behold i paul say unto you, that if you speak in
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for salvation.' understand me now. see this morning too i had a phone call and a fellow had just totally misunderstood what i had said. which is very possible. but understand that this is for salvation. 'behold i say unto you that if you speak in tongues, christ shall profit you nothing.' now i've got you thinking haven't i? all right, let's use another word. baptism. baptism yeah, i see lips all over the place. all right, 'i say unto you that if you be baptized (as a part of salvation, this is what i have to do in order to be saved, oh boy. then if you're going to tell god, i have to be baptized in order to be saved, then god says, sorry i'll have nothing to do with you.).it profits you nothing.' now that's strong language, i know it is, but listen that's what the book is talking about. and anything else, i've already used one example. if you say, well,
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church. and you're expecting that to somehow be part of your salvation, then immediately you cancel the work of the cross. that's what the book says. it's not my idea. i mean, that'd be great. i wish i could tell people, well go join a church and you'll make it. oh, that'd be real fine. i remember an old neighbor of mine years ago. we were talking across the fence and one of the local pastors had come out and told him, that if he'd just come in and join his church and give $5.00 a year, he'd go to heaven when he died. and the old boy said, now even i know better than that. see? (laughter) well, thank god there are still people a little smarter than some of these other. but listen, the world is full of these crazy ideas, but they reject the simplicity of the gospel. all right, next verse, verse 3, "for i testify again (well what does that imply? hey, he's said it more than once before).i testify again to every man
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other words, if you're going to use this legalistic rite of circumcision as a part of your salvation plus my gospel, is what paul is implying, remember? if you're going to add circumcision to my gospel, then "that man is a debtor to do (how much?) the whole law." how many man down through human history have ever done it? only one and that was christ, himself. no on has ever been able to keep the whole law, it's impossible. so what are they barking up? a wrong tree. you cannot. you cannot somehow or other gain salvation by doing something and you're not going to gain salvation by saying yes, i believe that christ died for me, but i've got to do this and i've got to do that. i've got to walk that aisle, or
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aisle. then christ profits you nothing. why? because god is a jealous god, that's why. god is jealous of what he has accomplished on our behalf. and what is that? that at the cross he finished every single demand of god on a sinful person. and he would take all that quilt away from that person the moment he believed that christ died and rose from the dead. now listen, when you really analyze it, isn't it logical? when god has done so much. when god gave the best that all of heaven and the godhead, itself contained. and sent him to earth. and put him through the rigors of 33 years of life among sinful men. and he went to the cross. suffered and died. and then
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arose form the dead. and then we say 'but that's not enough?' no wonder god gets upset. no wonder god can consign unbelievers. i had a call this morning again. had several this morning. just about didn't get out in time to come up here. but had another call this morning. how can god send good people to such a horrible place? i said, 'look, you wouldn't ask that question if you had a concept of how much god gave to save sinful men.' see it's those who cannot understand the work of the cross and how much god literally gave up on our behalf and then when it's spurned, he has every right that you can imagine to consign people to a lost eternity. that's why. now i hate to see people lost. i hate to think of a loved one as being lost. but i
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because i know that god suffered to such an extent for the salvation of every one that when they spurn it, there's nothing else god can do. his hands are tied. he can't come back and say, 'well i'll give you a second chance.' no. that's why it's appointed unto man once to die and after that the what? the judgment. see? and we'd better take what scripture says and believe it. all right, now then, verse 4. boy, this just keeps piling it on doesn't it? it doesn't get any better, it keeps getting worse. all right, "christ is become of (what?) no effect." now think about that. think about that. here we go through all of these rigmaroles to somehow earn salvation. we've done this. we've dotted that 'i', we've crossed this 't', we've walked this aisle or that aisle and we've shaken this preacher's hand or that deacon's hand or whatever the case may be
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all that's required. but we've never had any faith in the gospel. and what's the end result? "for christ is become of no effect." now that's sad isn't it? but it's so true. "christ is become of no effect unto you whosoever of you are justified by the law (or legalism or works, that all means the same thing so far as paul is talking.)" okay, let's go back to romans chapter 3. romans chapter 3, i guess that's where we were this morning on the inspiration network wasn't it george, romans chapter 3? oh, let's look at it again. romans chapter 3 again. romans chapter 3 dropping down to verse 23
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23, "for all have sinned (chapter 3, i'm sorry, did you get it, honey? romans 3 verse 23).for all have sinned and come short of the glory of god (but oh, here's the next verse. this is why i came back here.) being (what?) justified freely (without a cost) by his grace (but what did grace supply? the redemption, see? so).we're justified freely by his grace through the redemption (or the process of buying us back) that is in christ jesus." all right, now i'm going to skip verse 25 because of that great big word propitiation and i haven't got time to explain it. but anyhow, come down to verse 26. "to declare i say at this time, his
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(christ) might be just (or fair) and he's also going to be the justifier (or the one who will declare that sinner justified).and he's going to be the justifier of him who" speaks in tongues? joins the church? gets baptized? all these other things? no! who? "him that believeth." to him that believeth. now, i'm not an 'easy believer.' i never teach easy believism. never. but what i do maintain is that when we totally believe that romans 3:23 is speaking about us, that we're sinners by virtue of our being sons of adam and when we believe that and that the work of the cross has done everything and when we believe that will all our heart, what does god do? he justifies us. he saves us. he declares us righteous.
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he sanctifies, he glorifies, he forgives, he has his own system of baptism. that's the holy spirit who places us into the body of christ. all because we simply believe the gospel. now see there's no legalism tied to that. that's grace. all right, now let's come back to galatians chapter 5, goodness, i thought i was going to finish the book of galatian today. i really had high hopes. galatians 5 verse 5. no i didn't finish verse 4. i'm sorry about that. verse 4, "christ is become of no effect of you whosoever of you are justified by the law (or by works or by legalism, that all is synonymous) you are fallen from grace." no i know a lot of people thinks that they've been in and the fell out. no. that's
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about. you haven't been in and fell out. but what he's really referring to is that if you're going to put all these attachments and all these amendments on the gospel, then you have literally turned your back on grace. and you're saying 'thanks but no thanks, i'll work for it. i'll take my chances.' and then you're not in grace. grace is when we just simply throw ourselves at his feet. grace says, there's nothing that i merit. grace says, there's nothing i can do. you know again, i've said over and over and i share it with people whenever i have an opportunity. israel on the shores of the red sea. you all remember it. here they were. red sea in front of them. forbidding mountains on this side and almost the same on the left and who was behind them? the egyptian army. they're trapped. no place to go. did god scream at moses, 'tell the people to do
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say? "stand still." and why? god would evidence his power. and as israel by faith stood still and didn't try to frantically find some driftwood to float across, they just stood still by faith and waited for what? the grace of god to open the red sea. and listen that's where we are today. we are up against impossible odds of escaping. we are surrounded by the enemy. and it's a formidable 'red sea' in front of us. and what does god say? hurry up and do something? no, god says the same thing today. do nothing, but what? believe! believe the gospel. believe the plan of salvation, and then god opens everything
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of satanic power. god makes us a whole new person, see? all right, now i guess we've got half-a-minute or so left. verse 5, "for we through the spirit, (and that's capitalized so that's definitely the holy spirit, through his power).for we through the holy spirit wait for the hope of righteousness by faith." now i don't want to have somebody misconstrue the word 'hope.' hope in scripture does not mean that 'i hope it rains tomorrow because we could use some.' no, that's not the hope of scripture. the hope of scripture is believing in an absolute fact or truth and that is that the gospel is true, it's secure and when we believed it we can claim all the promises that god has given in his word. it's not something, well i hope i can get there. we know
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and so this whole idea through the spirit is not just the hope of righteousness but it is that bone fide assurance that when we believe the gospel the righteousness of christ was imputed to us. it literally became that clothing of righteousness that adam and eve experienced back in genesis that isaiah in chapter 61:10 and that romans 3 talks about. announcer thank you for watching through the bible with les feldick, a weekly bible study. if you would like more information about the les feldick ministries, a bible study in your area, or about this program, write to: les feldick ministries, route 1, box
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with les feldick. >> paws up, everybody ddy-doo-wah-day the raggs kids club band is coming down your way e got a song to sing we've got something to say the raggs kids club band can you come out to play? the raggs kids club band is getting set to play yay >> shake your tails, everyone! 'cause today's the day we do our puppy preschool move and groove show! >> what story are we gonna do for our move and groove show? >> "how robot dog got his walk." >> yay! >> raggs, you're playing disco dog. >> cool! watch me shake my tail. >> razzles, you're fairy dog.
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i love dancing like a fairy. >> trilby, you're scary monster dog. >> [growling] grrr. >> ooh! [laughing] >> and pido, you're going to play robot dog. >> a robot dog? so, how does a robot dog move? like this? >> [laughing] >> oh, no, pido. that's not the way a robot dog moves. >> that's the way a bird dog moves. >> is it? i don't know how a robot dog moves. >> don't worry, pido. you'll soon find out how a robot dog moves. >> but before we do that-- >> let's play! >> move, move move your body move, move move your feet
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with everybody let's move it to the beat when we wake up in the morning we feel like we gotta move we're gonna play outside we're gonna hit our stride because we feel that moving groove no use to sit around complaining that there's nothing fun to do 'cause once we catch that beat it moves down to our feet we bounce around like kangaroos you've got to move, move move your body you've got to move, move move your feet it's fun to move with everybody when we're moving to the beat you've got to circulate you've got to celebrate get on your feet and dance when you hear the sound
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come on and take a chance move, move, move move, move, move you've got to move, move, move you've got to move, move move dance, dance, dance dance, dance, dance we're gonna dance, dance dance we're gonna dance when the morning time is over we move into afternoon we feel the sun on our face move all over the place and dance to a happy tune when the day is almost over we've bn moving all day long but we can move some more so let's hit the floor and just sing this moving song you've got to move, move move your body you've got to move, move move your feet it's fun to move with everybody when we're moving
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come on and move, move move your body come on and move, move move your feet come on and move with everybody come on and help us feel the beat move, move, move >> [cheering] >> noses up, everyone. let's practice our puppy preschool move and groove show. >> hey! i should be the star of this show! after all, i have all the smooth moves of a movie star, don't i? >> "one day disco dog--" >> that's me! watch me move! >> "--built a robot dog." >> that's me. >> [tapping on metal] [sawing] >> you're all finished, robot dog.
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>> like this? >> [laughter] >> oh, no, pido. that's not the way a robot dog moves. >> "the robot dog didn't know "how to move, so t disco dog "called on his friend the fairy dog--" >> here i come! tra-la-la-la >> "--to cast a spell "on the robot dog to make him move." >> hogiddy, higgidy, higgidy, hog. i command you to move like a robot dog. >> am i moving like robot dog? >> [laughter] >> no, pido! >> [laughs] that's the way a chicken dog walks. >> "now, since the robot dog "still didn't know how to move, disco dog--" >> yeah! >> "--asked his friend
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"scare the robot dog into moving like a robot." >> [growling] ra-a-a! r-a-a-a! >> ah! >> i really do wanna learn to move like a robot dog. there must be someway i can learn to dit the right way. >> we have to find some way to help robot dog move like a robot dog. >> what are the different ways that people can move? >> they can, um, turnaround and go back or something. like, move side to side, up and down. >> is movement good for you? >> yeah. >> yeah. >> it gets your body strong. >> yeah. and it's--you eat then you can be so healthy. >> if you do--if you do exercises, it's good for your bones and bodies. >> and we like to do exercise. >> really? >> yes. >> you do exercise? >> yes. >> why do you do exercise? >> because-- >> to make our bodies strong. >> is it good to be able to move?
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>> why? >> because, um, if you couldn't move, you would just stay in one spot. and if you needed to get somewhere, like, um, if you needed to get some food, then, um, you couldn't if you couldn't move. >> move it means, like, i go to dance class. >> you do? >> on wednesdays. >> can you shake your head so your hair moves? [laughs] show me how you move your leg and shoe. ooh! can you wag and wiggle your head? >> yes! [laughs] >> can you guys wiggle? >> yeah. >> show me your wiggle. [laughs] where do you jump? >> uh-- >> on the trampoline. >> what's a trampoline? >> [laughs] a thing you can jump on. >> you can jump on a trampoline? >> yeah. >> what does it look like? >> oh. [laughs] you can bounce on it and, um, it's a circle. >> how do you move on a trampoline? >> you can, um, bounce up and
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and, um, you can make up cool moves. >> uh, it's bouncy. >> [laughs] >> boing! boing! >> [laughing] >> >> [music stops] >> >> [music stops]
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>> [music stops] runners on your mark! music get set! you're rolled out at the dawning of the day (sfx:starter pistol shot) heart racin' as you made your little get away but there's always scars, when you fall back far we lose our way, we getack up again
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one day, you're gonna shine again, you may be knocked down but not out forever we lose our way, we get back up again it's never too late to get back up again
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>> we have to find some way to help pido move like a robot dog. >> we need to think. >> we need a plan. >> we need a scratch. >> everybody scratch! >> uh! uh! >> a-a-a-ah! >> that really got us moving. but how are we going to help pido move like a robot dog? >> don't worry. i can feel an invention coming on >> i know a really useful move pido could make. he could move over to the kitchen, shake those pots and pans, and make me some lch. >> [alarm buzzing] >> here's my robot dog invention! >> what is it, b. max? >> the robo bone 2000 battery pack. it's guaranteed to power up any robot dog and get it moving. >> wow!
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>> disco dog just has to attach the robo bone 2000 battery pack to robot dog. >> groovy! >> here you go, robot dog. >> now switch it on. >> switching on now! >> is he moving? >> yes, he is! he's moving like a robot dog. >> i am pido. i am a robot dog. >> and that's how robot dog got his walk, with bone power! >> yay! >> moving and grooving is the best fun! >> and there's lots of different ways we can move. >> we can even move our paws like this. >> pa-a-aws up! >> someone told me a word "karate." what does that mean? >> that means, like, karate-style. >> you can move and do karate? >> yeah. >> what does it look like? >> huh! hoi! hoi!
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>> yes. >> what is it? >> it--it means you kick, and--and you punch. >> what kind of movement do you do when you're cheerleading? >> i usually move my hands a lot. >> can you show me what they look like en you move your hands when you're cheerleading? >> like that. >> it's your move you've got something to prove it's your move move your body this a-way move your body that shake a leg and sha your tail feather do a dozen jumping jacks move faster than a tortoise move slower than a hare dance a jig and give away go hop about from here to there it's your move you've got something to prove it's your move yeah, yeah, yeah it's your move you've got something
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it's your move whirl, twirl hip, hop wiggle, jiggle sli-i-i-ide splish, splash flip, flop dangle, tangle hi-i-i-ide and seek it's your move you've got something to prove it's your move move your body this a-way move your body that move it over move it under be a move a-maniac move your body this a-way move your body that move it over move it under be a move a-maniac be a move a-maniac move >> move and shake, everyone! >> gotta get our bodies moving becaustoday's the day for-- >> the shake your tail sports day!
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rey for the pass-the-stick relay race. >> nice moves, trilby. [laughs] you're gonna run really fast. >> and everyone watch me warm up my arms for the throwing-the-bone contest. >> great windup, b. max. >> and everyone watch me as i exercise my legs for the doggy long jump. >> wow! that's really jumping, pido. >> hey, raggs, why aren't you getting warmed up, too? >> i don't know any sports moves. >> don't worry, raggs. everyone has some sports moves they can do. >> we just have to work out what are your best sports moves. >> but in the meantime, there's some other moves we can make, so-o-o-o-- >> --let's play! >> [cheering] >> sh-sh-shapes are great sh-sh-shapes are fun look up, look down look all around
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more than one circles are round they're shaped like the sun like chocolate chip cookies or a hamburger bun circles are round like the moon in the sky like a ring on your finger or a big pizza pie sh-sh-shapes are great sh-sh-shapes are fun look up, look down look all around 'cause we bet you can find more than one squares have four sides eacside is the same like a box or a book or a picture frame squares have fours sides like a napkin, you see but triangles, yeah, yeah they only have three sh-sh-shapes are great sh-sh-shapes are fun look up, look down look all around 'cause we bet you can find more than one triangle shapes, they have one, two, three sides like the sail on a boat
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angles of three make an interesting shape three sides and three points like the fruit pie i ate sh-sh-shapes are great sh-sh-shapes are fun look up, look down look all around 'cause we bet you can find more than one >> circles are round like the face of a clock squares have four sides like a jack-in-the-box triangle shapes are my favorite by far like a pyramid tall or the top of a star sh-sh-shapes are great sh-sh-shapes are fu look up, look down look all around 'cause we bet you can fin more than one next time you play look ahead and behind keep a lookout for shapes ee how many you find
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and then look over there triangles and circles and squares everywhere sh-sh-shapes are great sh-sh-shapes are fun look up, look down look all around 'cause we bet you can find
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>> [cheering] >> okay, everyone, we've got to
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>> raggs, you know how to play, don't you? >> of course i do! >> and when you play, you run. >> running's one of the best things about playing. >> well, running's a sports move too. >> it is? >> you have to run really fast in the pass-the-stick relay. we'll show you. >> that was great fun! i'd love to be in the pass-the-stick relay. >> and there are other sports moves you know from playing. >> there are? >> you jump when you play, don't you? >> i love jumping! >> well, jumping is the move you do for theoggy long jump. like this! >> great jumping, raggs! >> that was the best! maybe i should go for the doggy long jump. >> and don't forget throwing.
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don't you? >> terrific throwing, raggs! >> that was so much fun! throwing the bone is the sport for me. >> you want to know my two best moves? well, the first one is a lo-o-o-ng stre-e-e-tch. i stretch like that. and--and the second one--the second one is when i curl up myself up in a little ball, and i go to sleep. [snoring] >> so you see, raggs, you really know lots of different sports moves. >> so, which events are you going to enter at the shake your tail sports day? >> hmm. well, i'd really like to run in the pass-the-stick relay. and, i'd love to jump in the doggy long jump. and, i wanna go in the throwing-the-bone contest. so now i've got another problem. >> another problem? >> i can't decide which shake your tail sports day event is my
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>> what would it be like if you couldn't move? >> the whole world would basically stop. >> you know planet earth? >> yeah. >> does it move? >> yeah. >> yeah, a little bit. >> no. nope. >> 'cause it just spins around a little bit. >> yeah. >> it spins around really slow. >> is the world movi now? >> yes. >> the world moves? >> yes. >> quick! someone hold it still! >> you can't hold it still. >> hey, you guys like to dance, right? >> yes! >> what kind of dancing do you do? >> [laughs] >> we do jazz. we do tap. we do ballet and we do rock'n'roll. >> i like to dance, um, like a princess. >> what kind of dancing do you like to do, devin? >> jazz and hip hop. >> i like kind of hip hopping stuff. >> hippy hoppy? hippy hop! is this hip hop? >> no. >> no. >> no, that's far from hip hop. >> are you sure? i feel like it's hip hop. when is it a good time to dance slow?
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>> well, when it's kinda like dizzy spinning a lot, so you might need to dance slow. >> yeah. then when the music is getting slower. >> yeah. >> what does dancing mean? >> dance means, like, when you're dancing, like, you're singing a song, and you're walking all over a room and twirling around stuff. >> can i show you how to dance? >> will you show me some? be careful, though. oh! >> and you can do the dio. >> show me your dancing. >> ooh ooh ooh. [laughs] >> [laughs] >> yeah! ooh! >> ah, ah, ah, ah. >> uh, uh, uh, uh. shake your booty. regan, shake your booty. >> [laughing] >> shake your booty. shake your booty. >> yeah! >> ah, ah!'s so many fun ways of moving. it's hard to choose which event to enter at the shake your tail sports day. >> you're a super-fast
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pass-the-stick relay. >> and you're a terrific jumper, so you could choose the doggy long jump. >> and you're a great thrower, too, so what about the bone-throwing event? >> you're right! i can do all those sports events! i can run, i can jump, and i can throw. and now i know just what i'm going to do. i'm going to do all of them! >> good choice, raggs! >> so, what are we waiting for? >> le-e-et's go! >> i can move so fast that you can't even see me move. yeah. i'm now gonna move from here to the other side of the garden and back. are you ready? here i go. one, two, three. there, i'm back. yeah, that was fast, wasn't it? yeah. did you see me move? of course you didn't. yeah, now that's what i call fast.
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[laughs] >> paws up, everybody diddy-doo-wah-day the raggs kids club band is coming down your way we got a song to sing we've got something to say the raggs kids club band can you come out to play? the raggs kids club band is getting set to play yay >> ooh, what a cold day. >> i'm so ld my t-t-teeth won't stop ch-ch-ch-chattering. >> ears up, everyone. if we play a game, we'll forget it's cold. >> great idea, trilby! >> how about hide and seek? >> yay! hide and seek! >> you all hide.
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coming! ready or not! i found you, raggs. found you, too, razzles. and you, trilby. found you! >> leaping labradors! pido's so cold he's frozen solid. >> we have to unfreeze him. >> but how are we going to do that? >> first we'll get him inside where it's nice and warm. then he won't be so cold. >> good idea. and after that, let's play! >> [cheering] >> hey now, it's a happening there's never been now such a happy thing we're playing here for you there's nothing else we would rather do oh, wow, it's a happening
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yeah, it's time to sing we'll play a happy song if you'd like you can sing along every minute of the day a happening happens anywhere anytime at all the vibe is out of sight you're gonna feel all right all you have to do is call hey, now it's a happening there's never been now such a happy thing cut loose and take a chance shake your caboose in a crazy dance oh, wow, it's a happening the party's here now yeah, it's time to swing the good time never ends come on along
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sway your body to the beat a happening wave your hands and stamp your feet a happening clap it, slap it shimmy down it's coming on it's coming on it's coming on it's coming on hey, now, it's a happening the lights are bright now yeah, it's time to sing we'll play a happy song if you'd like you can sing along oh, wow, it's a happening there's never been now suca happy thing we're playing here for you there's nothing else we would rather do every minute of the day hey, now, it's a happening
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it's a happening bow wow, it's a happeni there's nothing else we would rather do right now >> [cheering] >> oh, dear! pido's still frozen, even though it's nice and warm inside. >> are you sure he's still frozen? >> [tapping] >> he sounds pretty frozen. >> hmm, this calls for a scientific examinaon. eyes? >> two. >> nose? >> cold. >> ears? >> c-colr. >> yep, he's one very cold puppy. >> ears up, gang. this is an emergency. >> we need to work out how to unfreeze pido. >> but how are we going to do that? >> i know. i'll get him a hot drink. then he won't be so cold.
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chocolate to warm you up. uh, it's not working. he's too cold to drink it. >> what about a group hug? that always warms me up. >> gr-r-eat idea, raggs! let's give pido a group hug. >> a-a-a-hh! >> but he's so c-c-cold, it's like h-h-hugging a s-s-snowman. >> i hate being cold, which is why i'm wearing my lovely matching hat and scarf. not only do they keep me from beg cold, but they also make me look very stylish. >> oh, no! everybody's so cold, they're freezing! must not freeze. razzles, you're as cold as ice. t-trilby, y-you're as cold ice, too! no, raggs, not you, too! oh, dear!
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i-i'm the only one that's not f-frozen. i think i better make an invention to defrost these f-frozen puppies. >> what does "cold" mean? >> it means like you shiver. >> yeah. >> brrr! shiver, shiver. have you been very cold before? >> yeah. >> is it cold in the summer? >> [laughs] no. >> no? what does "cold" mean? >> um, that it's really freezing outside. >> is it cold? >> no, it's not cold. >> it's not ld? what does "cold" mean? >> cold means it's snowing. >> what kinds of things do you like to do when it's cold? >> play in the snow. >> you can play in the snow? >> yeah. >> yeah. >> what's snow? >> it's-- >> the snow-- >> --big, white fluffy stuff. >> yeah. >> is it hot?
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>> no, it's cold. >> yeah. >> freezing cold. >> yeah. >> do you like the snow? >> yes. >> why? >> because--because you can make snowmen and snowballs and snow puppies. >> snow puppies? >> yeah! >> how do you make a snow puppy? >> your daddy or mama helps you. >> when does it get cold? >> wh-when the wind blows. >> the wind can be cold? >> cold is when it's--it's-- >> when it's freezing. >> --freezing, like-- >> what you do when you're cold? show me cold. pretend to be really cold. brrr! brrr! >> brrr! >> be very col freezing! ooh! brrr. brrr. >> [shivering] >> oh, yeah.
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>> i see trees of green red roses too i see them bloom for me and you and i think to melf what a wonderful world
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the colors of the rainbow so pretty in the sky are also on the faces of people going by i see friends shakin hands saying how do you do? they're really saying i love you i hear babies cry i watch them grow they'll learn much more than i'll ever know and i think to myself what a wonderful world music
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>> [alarm buzzes] >> the only way to warm up dogs this cold is to get them dancing. and the only way to do that is to play some music with my defrost-a-tron minus 50. >> >> come on, razzles. i know you can't resist dancing. she's tapping her foot. i-it's working. the defrost-a-tron is making razzles dance. >> hooray! i'm not cold anymore! >> i'm not cold either! >> and i'm not at all frozen now! >> how about you, pido? are you still too frozen to dance? >> not anymore, b. max. i'm not cold at all anymore. >> [music stops] >> what happened, dudes? i thought we were outside playing hide and seek. >> we were, but it was so cold outside you froze. >> and our game of hide and seek
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>> hide and fleas! i mean, hide and freeze. >> rag said "fleas"! >> everybody scratch! >> ooh. ah. ah. >> ooh. ah. >> a-a-a-a-ah. >> are you still cold, pido? >> [laughs] not after all that dancing and scratching. >> yay! >> oh, no! i'm feeling cold again. >> let's turn on the defrost-a-tron! >> hit it b. max! >> so remember, if you're playing outside and it's too cold, go inside where it's nice and warm. >> or do something really active like running or hopscotch or even dancing. >> pa-a-a-aws up! >> when it's winter, does that mean it's cold everywhere? >> yes. >> is there some places that aren't cold? >> like, like... alaska's cold. >> yeah.
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>> like, like snow. >> yeah. >> we went to snow and it's so cold. you--you--you're not cold 'cause you have so warm fur. >> what kind of animals live in the cold? can you think of one? >> uh... >> ah, rudolph! >>ud rphol? what kind of animal is a rudolph? >> deer. a deer. a deer. >> he's a deer. um, polar bears and penguins. >> waddle, waddle, waddle. >> penguin waddle. penguin waddle. >> penguin waddle. >> [laughs] how come they walk like that? >> 'cause--'cause-- >> because they're penguins. >> >> it's chilly cold outside and toasty warm inside but i wanna see my breath upon the air bundled up my sweater tight boots and a coat
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yeah, chillin' out is cool, cool, cool and i'm so there chillin' out making a man out of the snow chillin' out give me a snowball i can throw chillin' out let's build an igloo made of ice chillin' out sledding and skiing's very nice chillin' out winter's a wonder to behold ch-chillin' out it's such a thrill when it gets cold it's chilly cold today the perfect day to play to make an icicle a popsicle oh, yeah sip a cup of sweet hot cocoa hit the slopes where we can go, go chillin' out is cool, cool, cool and i'm so there chillin' out making an angel in the snow chillin' out give me a snowball i can throw chillin' out
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ch-chillin' out it's such a thrill when it gets cold, brrr! >> is everyone ready for a nice, cold after-lunch treat? >> ready! >> close your eyes and i'll choose a cold treat for you. then it'll be a surprise. >> okay, razzles, choose away. >> one surprise cold treat coming up. >> oh! they're icy cold and round. i know what they are. they're cold grapes. yum! >> great guess, raggs! >> my turn for a cold treat. >> here you are, trilby. some nice cool yogurt. >> can i have some icy cold watermelon, razzles? >> and i'm so thirsty. some cold apple juice wi really cool me down. >> and he's my favorite cold
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cream. >> hey, razzles, why aren't you eating your ice cream? >> i can't eat it. it's too cold. >> well, why don't you wait and eat your ice cream later when it's not so cold? >> good idea, pido! and while i'm waiting, let's play! >> [cheering] >> move, move move your body move, move move your ft it's fun to move with everybody let's move it to the beat when we wake up in the morning we feel like we gotta move we're gonna play outside we're gonna hit our stride because we feel that moving groove no use sit around complaining that there's nothing fun to do 'cause once we catch that beat
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we bounce around like kangaroos you've got to move, move move your body you've got to move, move movyour feet it's fun to move with everybody when we're moving to the beat you've got to circulate you've got to celebrate get on your feet and dance when you hear the snd you wanna move around come on and take a chance move, move, move move, move, move you've got to move, move, move you've got to move, move move dance, dance, dance dance, dance, dance we're gonna dance, dance dance we're gonna dance when the morning time is over we move into afternoon we feel the sun on our face
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nd dance to a happy tune when the day is almost over we've been moving all day long but we can move some more so let's hit the floor and just sing this moving song you've got to move, move move your body you've got to move, move move your feet t's fun to move with everybody when we're moving to the beat come on and move, move move your body come on and move, move move your feet come on and move with everybody come on and help us feel the beat move, move, move
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>> (sfx: glass breaking) (sfx:footsteps running) music nice going spencer. i can't believe we broke old man hennsey's window correction dude, you broke. i just threw the ball. this is really bad. what are we going to do? we? go to the door and ask for the ball back. are you serious? it's my ball myrtlebeck! i'm so dead. i'd run away. yeah, to uruguay. kiss your life goodbye. sorry. let's go.
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some friends you are! music oh. keep smiling, keep shining hi knowing you can always count on me, for sure tell him it was an accident and we can fix the window. whoa, that's what friends are for. come on. i'll come with you.
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>> >> everybody, fetch! why aren't you playing fetch, razzles? >> i'm too hot. i need to cool down. >> then it's time to eat your ice cream. that'll really cool you down. >> good idea! let's all go and have some nice cold ice cream right now. >> that's strange. the bowl's still here, but my ice cream's gone. >> where could something as cold
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>> the calls for an investigation. >> here's your magnifying glass, b. max. >> there's a bowl. >> check. >> and a spoon. >> check. >> but no ice cream. >> all that's left is this runny stuff that looks a bit like... milk. >> dumpster's already had his dinner, so we better put that away. >> you're right. i'll put it in the coldest place of all: the freezer. >> and while you do that, i'll make an extra cool invention to find razzle's ice cream. >> the only cold treat a cat likes is mice cream. get it? mice cream! [laughing] ooh. ooh. you're one funny cat, dumpster. [sighs] >> what's your invention, b. max? >> it's called the frosty finder 200. >> cool! ooh, what does it do? >> it finds cold things.
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so it can help us find my cold ice crm. >> here's something cold. >> me? but i'm not ld. >> your nose is cold. >> so it is. >> frosty finder 200 loves the fridge because there are lots of cold things inside--cold grapes and icy watermelon. >> [signal beeps] >> oh, dear! the cold treats were too cold, even for the frosty finder. >> and still no sign of my ice cream. >> have you ever been really cold? >> hmm, only once. >> what do you do when you're cold? >> you put a blanket on you or a jacket. >> if you didn't have a blanket or a jacket, what would you do? >> i would drink hot cocoa. >> sometimes you put a blankie on. >> a little blankie? >> [laughs] put on a jacket. >> put on a jacket. >> why do you put on jacket? >> 'cause you're cold.
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lovely cold ice cream. >> why don't you eat something else that's cold? >> don't worry, razzles. there's plenty of other cold things in here: cold, frozen fries, cold fish fingers-- >> fish fingers? i didn't know fish had fingers. they mt have really tiny, little hands and cold, too. brrr! >> --ice cubes, frozen bones, ice cream. >> did you just say "ice cream," raggs? >> yeah! here's a big bowl of it. >> ah! my ice cream! here it is! >> but how did it get in the freezer? >> stand back, brain attack! i know what happened. >> what happened, pido? >> that's wasn't a bowl of milk trilby put in the freeze. it was razzle's ice cream... only it had melted. >> melted? >> pido's right. ice cream melts when it stops
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>> and it must've stopped being cold while we were playing in the garden. >> so my ice cream didn't disappear, it just stopped being cold and melted. >> right! >> problemo solved. >> hooray! >> there's nothing like a cold bowl of ice cream. oh! but don't leave it out of the freezer too long or it'll turn into melted ice cream instead. >> pa-a-a-aws up! >> paws up, everybody diddy-doo-wah-day the raggs kids club band is coming down your way we got a song to sing we've got something to say the raggs kids club band can you come out to play? the raggs kids club band will play another day >> group howl!
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hey, colby. sac kicked this back. again? yeah, they want to know where we're at on the title 3s. okay? we're heading out. oh, yeah, you going to the stash house? yeah, we're gonna pick up breakfast first. okay, egg whites on wheat, please. granger? lumberjack special, double the pancakes, please. what's going on? oh, uh, narcotics is shorthanded. aic asked me to fill in for a few weeks. they asked or you asked? i think it's better, don't you? liz, it's not like i don't think you're a good agent. i mean, i still want you on the team. yeah, i can't help but wonder if you'd be saying the same thing if i was the one who called it off. hey, don, i got a judge on the phone about the title 3s, but he wants to talk to you. you know, i'm... you know when it comes to promoting the book,
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