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to get you the strong, sexy six-pack abs you've always wanted or your money back. but wonder core smart does so much more. in all, it combines six great exercises plus cardio to give you the ultimate total-bod calorie-blasting workout. >> the first time i used nder core smart, i couldn't believe it. it's such a compact machine, and yet i was able to work out my arms, my legs, my core, and the next day, i was sore. i didn't realize i was getting such a workout. >> announcer: the secret is in the wonder core smart's ingenious patented design. it has cleverly hidden interlocking springs and precision dials on each side that provides adjustable resistance, delivering an amazing 24 pounds to 48 pounds of resistance per side. the resistance allows you to work in both directions on each and every rep, so there's no wasted time or effort. your muscles are firing through the entire range of tion, giving you the ultimate total-core workout in just a few minutes a day. whether you're big or small, young or old, with
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in the exact workout that you want. just twist the precision dials downor less resistance and more heart-pounding repetitions for that leaner look. or if it's muscle size a definition that you want, just dial up the resistance and get the sults that you're looking for. so now you can get the body that you've always wanted quickly and effectively. and if you're just starting out, you can use wonder core smart's resistance to spot you. it's like having the hands of a personal trainer there to gently help you back up on each and every rep. or if you're looking for an advanced workout, you can do static holds and get the absolute most out of your workouts. easy to use with precise adjustable resistance also means that everyone in the entire family can uset. and best of all, it's compact and easily folds up, so you can take it with you and get the workout that you want anywhere, anytime. another great thing about the wonder core smart is that you can store it just about anywhere. six great exercises plus cardio to give you the ultimate total-body, calorie-blasting workout. not to mention you can also use
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other great exercises, like pilates. the wonder core smart does it all, and here to tell us more about it is core-fitness expert and celebrity trainer >> hi. i'm julie, and i'm gonna show you exactly how wonder core smart will get you incredible abs and get you into the best sha of your life. first thing that you have to understand is that your body's cores the key to total-body fitness. it's like the trunk of a tree. if it's not in great shape, then nothing else, like your arms, butt, or legs, will be either. that's why wonder core smart's primary focus is on giving you an amazing core workout. then it goes the extra step and gives you great upper- and lower-body exercises plus cardio to round out an incredible total-body workout. now let's take a close look at exactly how wonder core smart works. to help me do this, i'm gonna hey, jordan. >> hey, julie. >> thanks for coming in. wow. great abs. >> thanks. but i couldn't have done it
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>> you know, i was gonna explain how i like to blast my abs with the wonder core smart, but looking at you, what don't you tell us exactly what you do to get such incredible abs. >> i'd love to. first, i decide what kind of workout i want to do. if i want to focus on getting leaner, then i'll do lighter resistance and more reps like this. this feels great and really gets my heart rate going. then, if i want to try and get more of a show-off six pack, i turn up the resistance and do fewer reps. my abs are now working really hard to crank out each and every rep. >> with the wonder core smart, you have an amazing 24 to 48 unds of adjustable resistance per side. this is great for people that are just starting out, because the resistance can work for you and help you get back to your starting position. it's like having the hands of a personal trainer there to spot you. this is perfect for older people or anyone that's just starting out. >> that's right. precise adjustable resistance to
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workout that you want, whether you're a beginner or pro. wonder core smart can target that stubborn midsection and get the results that you're looking for. >> the wonder core smart has worked great for me. it's helped me tone my midsection, my arms, and my legs. not only have i gottenreat results, but it's so much fun to use. >> ever since i started using the wonder core smart, i've seen a complete change in my core. it's convenient, it's easy to store. i absolutely love it. >> now, come over here, jordan, and see this. just grab any stable chair, and now you've got ab tucks. >> that's impressive. you can really see it working the lower abs. >> now, over here, we have another core exercise. bridges. it's a super-effective way to get a tight, toned midsection, all while strengthening your core. plus, it also burns fat on your thighs, hips, and buns at the same time. >> wow. there's no questiothat you can build an amazing, strong core with the wonder core smart and
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always wanted. now, tell us about how you use wonder core smart to get great body. >> absolutely. once you've built a really strong core, you can move on to upper body, lower body, and cardio. the wonder core smart does it all. so, here we go. let's start with upper body. i'm gonna sit down on this comfortable pad, place my hands behind me, and press down. >> that'great right there. now, how's the tension feel? >> it feels pretty good, but, you know what? i could take a little bit more, please. my arms are on the skinnier side, and i'd like to build some more defined muscle on this part of my body. >> no problem. with the wonder core smart, you can easily and precisely dial up the tension. now, how's that tension feel? >> perfect. i can really feel it working the back of my arms. this is such a problem area for us women as we get older. my mom would love this. get a good triceps workout, and you'll definitely feel it the next day. >> here.
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from your triceps workout, just flip over, and here u go. biceps, forearms, and shoulders. this is a great resistance workout. again, i can do heavier resistance and fewer reps for muscle size and definition or less resistance and more reps for a leaner look. absolutely great for both girls and guys. >> those are great upper-body exercises that hit all the right places. you can finally turn that unsightly jiggle to fine, toned, and sexy muscles. and you know, as you start to fatigue, just keep going by dialing down the resistance. >> that's intense. now, let's do our third upper-body exercise on the wonder core smart. push-ups. your turn, julie. >> you know, push-ups e very hard for most women as we're just not typically built with a lot of upper-body strength. but that's what makes the wonder core smart so great.
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your hips, a here you go. the resistance from the wonder core smart actually helps you and spots you as you go. you can do way more calorie-burning, muscle-shredding reps than ever before just doing push-ups on the floor alone. >> most people can only do just a few push-ups. well, not anymore. with wonder core smart, you can help spot yourself and do a lot of push-ups and really build up the strength in your upper body. >> before wonder core smart, i could maybe three, four push-ups. but with the help it gives me, it's like having a spotter. i can do maybe 15 or so, and it's fun. and it's helping me tone my whole body. i can feel the difference. >> now it's time to get some lower-body work in. let's take a look over here. scissor kicks -- what woman doesn't want lean, sexy, toned legs and butt? really hammering away at any unwanted fat on her butt and thighs and getting her heart rate up. >> and finally, we're gonna finish it all up with probably
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exercise there is -- cycling. just look over here. again, you can pull a stable chair and really get that heart rate up, burn calories, and melt away that unwanted fat. >> the wonder core smart is amazing. you can target your core, do upper body, lower body, and cardio all in one compact, ergonomic design. >> exactly. and it doesn't matter which exercises you do first. in fact, i alws recommend that you mix up your workouts to always keep it interesting and fun. >> let's not forget one of the most amazing features of the wonder core smart. just look at how compact and neat that it folds up. you can take it with you and work out anywhere, anytime. now, here's how you can get your own wonder core smart for you and your entire family to share for an incredibly low introductory price. >> announcer: you've seen it all -- miracle pills, crazy workouts, and those unbelievable claims of incredible weight loss.
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close to working for you. well, quit wasting your time and money and get the body that you've always wanted now by doing it the smart way. that's right -- with wonder core smart. the wonder core smart is the revolutionary new fitness breakthrough designed to target your entire core like a laser, focusing on your upper, middle, lower abs and your obliques. in fact, wonder core smart is so effective that it's guaranteed to get you the strong, sexy six-pack abs you've always wanted or your money back. but wonder core smart does so much more. in all, it combines six great exercises plus cardio to give you the ultimate total-body, calorie-blasting workout. >> the first time i used wonder core smart, i couldn't believe it. it's such a compact machine, and yet i was able to work out my arms, my legs, my core, and the next day was sore. i didn't realize i was getting such a workout. >> announcer: the secret is in the wonder core smart's ingenious patented design. it has cleverly hidden interlocking springs and
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that provides adjustable resistance, delivering an amazing 24 pounds to 48 pounds of resistance per side. the resistance allows you to work in both directions on each and every rep, so there's no wasted time or effort. your muscles are firing through the entire range of motion, giving you the ultimate total-core workout in just a few minutea day. >> the wonder core smart has worked great for me. it's helped me tone my midsection, my arms, and my legs. not only have i gotten great results, but it's so much fun to use. >> announcer: whether you're big or small, young or old, with wonder core smart, you can dial in the exact workout that you want. just twist the precision dials down for less resistance and more heart-pounding repetitions for that leaner look. or if it's muscle size and definition that you want, just dial up the resistance and get the results that you're looking for. so now you can get the body that you've always wanted quickly and effectively. and if you're just starting out, you can use wonder core smart's resistance to spot you. it's like having the hands of a personal trainer there to gently help you back up on each and
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or if you're looking for an advanced workout, you can do static holds and get the absolute most out of your workouts. easy to use with precise adjustable resistance also means that everyone in the entire family can use it. and best of all, it's compact and easily folds up, so you can take it with you and get the workout that you want anywhere, anytime. another great thing about the wonder core smart is that you can store it just about anywhere. six great exercises plus cardio to give you the ultimate total-body, calorie-blasting workout. start out with wonder core smart crunches and say goodbye to that unsightly midsection once and for all. next, wonder core smart ab tucks will really blast away that pouch. then do brges to completely tighten your core plus sculpt your buns, hips, and thighs at the same time. then move on to upper-body exercises like push-ups, shoulders, biceps, and triceps to really blast those flabby areas on the backs of the arms and get the sexy, toned arms that you've always wanted. and don't forget about the lower
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with wonder core smart scissor kicks, you can really get shapely legs and tight, toned buns. then finish off with wonder core smart cycling for the ultimate calorie-burning, fat-blasting workout. it's like having six expensive, bulky exercise machines plus a cardio machine all built into this one great, cost-effective, ergonomic, portable design. not to mention you can also use your wonder core smart to do other great exercises like pilates. the wonder core smart does it all. that's right. with the wonder core smart, you get the total-body blasting, ab-toning workout that you've been looking for and in less time than it takes to drive to the gym. so stop doing regular, inefficient ab exercises on the floor. with wonder core smart, you'll finally be able to transform your entire midsection and your entire body faster than you've ever dreamed possible. call or log on right now to find out how u can try wonder core smart risk-free in your own home for just six paymentsf $19.95. and if you call right now, we'll take off an entire payment for you.
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payments of $19.95 plus shipping and processing. but that's not all. because wonder core smart comes with an entire system. we're gonna send you the wonder core smart exercise guide that shows you exactly the perfect form on each and every exercise. plus, we'll send you the wonder core smart nutrition guide, packed with tips and tricks for turbo-charging your workouts and getting the fit, lean body that you've always wanted even faster, all for the amazing price of just five payments of $19.95 plus shipping and processing. but hold everything, because we're not done. we want to see you get the most out of your wonder core smart, so we created this incredible 30-minute full-body stretch and wonder core smart workout, hosted by fitness-competition champion jessica starr. and we're still not done, because we're gonna take you all the way to the next level with our advanced jordan nevels total-body blasting 30inute wonder core smart workout. you'll take your results to the max. you, too, can have incredible body-shredding results like these by calling right now and
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wonder core smart, exercise guide, nutrition guide, full-body 30-minute workout and the advanced 30-minute body-blasting workout, all for the amazing price of just five payments of $19.95 plus shipping and processing. wonder core smart also makes a great gift for loved ones and family. give the gift of fitness and something that they'lleally use. start getting the body that you've always wanted right away. we can't keep this introductory price this low for long, so you must call or log on now. >> there's no other machine on the planet that gives you so many different exercises in such a small, compact form. big, bulky, expensive machines are simply a thing of the past. >> you know, i bet a lot of people out there watching this are going to say, "yeah, right. this sounds way too good to be true." >> well, not a problem. because we took the wonder core smart out to south beach, miami, where people from all around the world come to enjoy the sunshine anshow
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let's hear what they had to say when trying it for the first time. >> man, i can really feel this working my abs. >> this is so much fun. i can really feel it working. and this feels great in my arms. >>his is a lot better than regular sit-ups. >> it's easy to do, easy for someone who's olde and you feel like you're accomplishing something. >> this is fun. legs. >> talk about a tricep workout. i like the fact that it has adjustable resistance, too. >> i love how compact this is. >> you can store it anywhere. >> this feels great. >> i can't believe something so small works my abs so well. >> wow. that's amazing what first-time users had to say about using the
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from the very first rep, they can really feel it working. >> first-time users aren't the only ones. experts agree and use the wonder core as well. >> one of the main things i try to explain to all my clients is the importance of having a strong core. whether you're young or you're old, lifting light weight, heavy weight, having a strong core is something you're gonna need for everyday life. and that's why i like the wonder core smart. it puts the emphasis right where it needs to be -- on building a strong core. >> it's very important to have a strong core. with our clients, they've seen a huge difference in their core and their overall stamina. i love with the wonder core smart that i can work not only my abs but my shoulders, my arms, my legs, my whole body. it's just great. >> well, there you have it. azing core-strengthening exercises, upper-body toning and definition, lower-dy blasting for your legs, buns, and hips, plus an amazing cardio worut to round it all out, all with adjustable resistance so that you can dial in exactly the workout that you want. and finally, it's compact and lightweight so you can easily
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just about anywhere. >> now's the time to make a real change in your life. lose the ugly fat, tone and tighten, and get the body that yove always wanted. here's how you can get the wonder core smart in your home for you and your entire family right now. >> announcer: you've seen it all -- miracle pills, crazy workouts, and those unbelievable claims of incredible weight loss. but none of it has even come close to working for you. well, quit wasting your time and money and get the body that you've always wanted now by doing it the smart way. that's right -- with wonder core smart. the wonder core smart is the revolutionary new fitness breakthrough designed to target your entire core like a laser, focusing on your upper, middle, lower abs and your obliques. in fact, wonder core smart is so effective that it's guaranteed to get you the strong, sexy six-pack abs you've always wanted or your money back. but wonder core smart does so much more.
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exercises plus cardio to give you the ultimate total-body, calorie-blasting workout. >> the first time i used wonder core smart, i couldn't believe it. it's such a coact machine, and yet i was able to work out my arms, my legs, my core, and the next day was sore. i didn't realize i was getting such a workout. >> announcer: the secret is in the wonder core smart's ingenious patented design. it hasleverly hidden interlocking springs and precision dials on each side that provides justable resistance, delivering an amazing 24 pounds to 48 pounds of resistance per side. the resistance allows you to work in both directions on each and every rep, so there's no wasted time or effort. your muscles areiring through the entire range of motion, giving you the ultimate total-re workout in just a few minutes a day. >> the wonder core smart has worked great for me. it's helped me tone my midsection, my arms, and my legs. not only have i gotten great results, but it's so much fun to use. >> announcer: whether you're big or small, younor old, with wonder core smart, you can dial
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just twist the precision dials down for less resistance and more heart-pounding repetitions for that leaner look. or if it's muscle size and definition that you want, just dial up the resistance and get the results that you're looking for. so now you can get the body that you've always wanted quickly and effectively. and if you're just starting out, you can use wonder core smart's resistance to spot you. it's like having the hands of a personal trainer there to gently help you back up on each and every rep. or iyou're looking for an advanced workout, you can do static holds and get the absolute most out of your workouts. easy to use with precise adjustable resistance also means that everyone in the entire family can use it. and best of all, it's compact and easily folds up, so you can take it with you and get the workout that you want anywhere, anytime. another great thing about the wonder core smart is that you can store it just about anywhere. six great exercises plus cardio to give you the ultimate total-body, calorie-blasting workout. start out with wonder core smart
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unsightly midsection once and for all. next, wonder core smart ab tucks will really blast away that pouch. then do bridges to completely tighten your core plus sculpt your buns, hips, and thighs at the same time. then move on to upper-body exercises like push-ups, shoulders, biceps, and triceps to really blast those flabby areas on the backs of the arms and get the sexy, toned arms that you've always wanted. and don't forget about the lower body. with wonder core smart scissor kicks, you can really get shapely legs and tight, toned buns. then finish off with wonder core smart cycling for the ultimate calorie-burning, fat-blasting workout. it's like having six expensive, bulky exercise machines plus a cardio machine all built into this one great, cost-effective, ergonomic, portable design. not to mention you can also use ur wonder core smart to do other great exercises like pilates. the wonder core smart does it all. that's right. with the wonder core smart, you get the total-body blasting, ab-toning workout that you've been looking for and in less
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the gym. so stop doing regular, inefficient ab exercises on the floor. with wonder core smart, you'll finally be able to transform your entire midsection and your entire body faster than you've ever dreamed possible. call or log on rightow to find out how you can try wonder core smart risk-free in yourwn home for just six payments of $19.95. and if you call right now, we'll take off an entire payment for you. that's right -- just five payments of $19.95 plus shipping and processing. but that's not all. because wonder core smart comes with an entire system. we're gonna send you the wonder core smart exercise guide that shows you exactly the perfect form on each and every exercise. plus, we'll send you the wonder core smart nutrition guide, packed with tips and tricks for turbo-charging your workouts and getting the fit, lean body that you've always wanted even faster, all for the amazing price of just five payments of $19.95 plus shipping and processing. but hold everything, because we're not done.
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out of your wonder core smart, so we created this incredible 30-minute full-body stretch and wonder core smart workout, hosted by fitness-competition champion jessica starr. and we're still not done, because we're gonna take you all the way to the next level with our advanced jordan nevels total-body blasting 30-minute wonder core smart workout. you'll take your results to the max. you, too, can have incredible body-shredding resul like these by calling right now and getting it all -- the wonder core smar exercise guide, nutrition guide, full-body 30-minute workout and the advanced 30-minute body-blasting workout, all for the amazing price of jusfive payments of $19.95 plus shipping and processing. wonder core smart also makes a great gift for loved ones and family. ve the gift of fitness and something that they'll really use. start getting the body that you've always wanted right away. we can't keep this introductory price th long, so you must call or log on now. >> it's incredible to see just how many fat-blasting core
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wonder core smart, plus strengthening and toning the upper and lower body, all in one compact, simplistic design. >> yes, but don't let the simplistic design fool you. as you know, looks can often be deceiving. and the wonder core smart was successfully designed to be the smallest and most effective full-body workout on the planet. just what you need and nothing else. >> and to prove this, we recently gave out wonder core smarts to everyday people just like you to see how they used it and just what kind of results they would get in just a few weeks. >> as an occupational therapist and health coach, it's really important for me to stay fit and look healthy for my clients. i got a little out of shape, and so i used the wonder core smart to get back into shape. i was amazed that something so small, compact could give me such great results. >> i could put it under my desk, and you start pushing back and forth on it with your feet, and before you know, it raises my heart rate, and i lost a bunch of weight as a result. it's really convenient to use,
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>> it's great seeing everyday people making a real change in their lives. it just proves that anyone can use the wonder core smart and get real results. >> no gimmicks and no games. just real people getting real results. >> that's right. with the wonder core smart, you get six amazing exercises plus cardio. another great thing about the wonder core smart is just how compact it is. just fold in the knobs and lower the handles for a super-slim profile. store it easily in just about anywhere in your house. you can take it with you wherever you go. put it in your car or even in your suitcase so you can workout while on the road. now there's no more excuses for not getting into and staying in great shape. >> and the beauty of the wonder core smart is that with its precise, adjustable resistance, anyone, any age can use it -- mom and dad, younger folks all the way up to grandma and granddad. beginner, professional -- it works for everybody. >> after seeing what the
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now my girlfriend loves to use it, too. >> i was getting such great results with wonder core smart that my husband took notice and my sons, and now they'reorking out with wonder core smart, too. it's great having one piece of equipment with adjustable resistance that my whole family can use. >> now here's how you can call or log on now to get your very own wonder core smart delivered to your door right away. >> announcer: with the wonder core smart, you'll get the total-body blasting, ab-toning workout that you've been looking for and in less time than it takes to drive to the gym. so stop doing regular, efficient ab exercises on the floor. with wonder core smart, you'll finally be able to transform your entire midsection and your entire body faster than you've ever dreamed possible. >> the wonder core smart has worked great for me. it's helped me tone my midsection, my arms, and my legs. not only have i gotten great results, but it's much fun to use. >> announcer: six great exercises plus cardio to give you the ultimate total-body, calorie-blasting workout.
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down for less resistance and more heart-pounding repetitions for that leaner look. or if it's muscle size and definition that you want, just dial up the resistance a get for. call or log on right now to find out how you can try wonder core smart risk-free in your own home for just six payments of $19.95. and if you call right now, we'll take off an entire payment for you. that's right -- just five payments of $19.95 plus shipping and processing. but that's not all. because wonder core smart comes with an entire system. we're gonna send you the wonder core smart exercise guide that shows you exactly the perfect form on each and every exercise. plus, we'll send you the wonder core smart nutrition guide, packed with tips and tricks for turbo-charging your workouts and getting the fit, lean body that you've always wanted even faster, all for the amazing price of just five payments of $19.95 plus shipping and processing. but hold everything, because we're not done. we want to see you get the most out of your wonder core smart, so we created this incredible
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wonder core smart workout, hosted by fitness-competition champion jessica starr. and we're still not done, because we're gonna take you all the way to the next level with our advanced jordan nevels total-body blasting 30-minute wonder core smart workout. you'll take your results to the max. you, too, can have incredible body-shredding results like these by calling right now and getting it all -- the wonder core smart, exercise guide, nutrition guide, full-body 30-minute workout and the advanced 30-minute body-blasting wo fout, allor the amazing price of just five payments of $19.95 plus shipping and processing. wonder core smart also makes a great gift for loved ones and family. give the gift of fitness and somethg that they'll really use. start getting the body that you've always wanted right away. we can't keep this introductory price thow for long, so you must call or log on now. the preceding was a paid
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wonder core. announcer hello and welcome to through the bible with les feldick. an oklahoma rcher and farmer, les feldick has been teaching home-style bible classes for over twenty years in iowa, oklahoma and texas. s 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
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feldick okay, good to see everybody and once again we're going to be taping four programs right in a row and for those of you out in television, we always like to have you understand, we're just a bible study. we're not an organization as such. we're just simply trying to get folks interested in studying their bible without any denominational hang-ups and so forth, just search the scriptures and see if these things are really so. we've been always reminded to review, review, review and i apologize for it over and over. but, i am going to do once again a review of our timeline, which of course, is the one thing i guess, that we gecomments on more than anything else. keep reviewing the timeline. so before we continue on in our verse by verse, whi will start in ephesians chapter 1 now and roy has the scripture on
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going straight to ephesians 1, we're going to do a quick review from genesis from genesis all the way through revelation as the history unfolds. now i know a lot of people think history is a boring subject and i guess, maybe i thought the same thing when i was a kiin school. but when you begin to look at history in the light of biblical teachings, it's the most exciting subject on earth. because history you see, is simply god's sovereign control of the events of humans in time. and even though as i've said to often on the program and in my classes here in oklahoma, one of the things that is hard to comprehend is that god turned man loose with a free will. he is not just a puppet on a string. and yet, in spite of that free will, here we are nearly 6000 years after it all began and are right on god's timetable. not off a
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of the miracles of course, of biblical history. so i'm going to go to the board anjust bring us up through the timeline so those of you to whom this is old hat, if you'll just bear with me, and for those of you who are new, we'll try to go slow enough that we don't lose you. but, at about 4004. now there again, i always have to stop and explain some of these things. for ever so long chronologers assumed that christ was born at what we call 'zero' and that 4000 bc adam was created and then thanks to archeology some years o they put together the fact because of king herod's rule and reign and death, that christ had to have been born 4 bc, according to our now gregorian calendar. so if adam was created 4004 bc instead of
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born 4 bc and that of course puts his crucifixion at 29 ad instead of 33 ad. i know a lot of people wonder, well why do you put his crucifixion at 29 ad; i always thought he was crucified when he was 33. well, he was but i'm going to the newer findings that christ was born 4 bc instead of on '0'. which, bring up another thing, i'm amazed how many people will call or write and ask was does ad stand for. i had a lady call again the other day, she said, i asked my pastor. he didn't know. she said, i asked everybody in my church and nobody could tell me what ad stood for. some said, well 'after death.' well, that doesn't figure bause ad goes back to '0', see, according to our gregorian calendar. so i'm going to put it on the board for the sake of so
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latin words - anno domini. now that's latin, it's not hebrew or greek and from anno of course, we get our word -annual. and the other word, annual and - oh now it escapes me. but anyhow, it all comes from the latin word. and then domini merely means master or lordso. ad stands for the 'year of our lord,' which on the gregorian calendar is '0'. so from the year '0', everything back thi way of course, we refer to as 'before christ'; everything on this side we refer to as 'the year of our lord' or ad. now then thanks to the powers that be and archaeology and so forth, they've got to get christ out of the picture
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they've changed these nomenclatures from bc - or before christ - to bce. everything on this side instead of referring to the 'year of our lord', they now refer to the common era or just ce. now where they get common era, i don't know, but this is what they are now doing. so now they have taken out any reference to christ and they refer to everything we call bc as 'before the common era', which is here. or the common era, which is everything from on here. so as i told one of our guides in israel ontime, you know, isn't it amazing what people will do to just push god out of the picture? that's all they're trying to do. and instead of recognizing that even our calendars arbased on christ's birth, they push that out of men's thinking and change to a word that means nothing, that i can see. common era? what's that got to with it? but,
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they could come up with i guess that still had a reference to the letter 'c'. and so, be aware of these things, that our normal approach is before christ, back in the old testament times and then ad stands for the 'year of our lord'. now i'm emphasizing it because i can remember the time when i didn't know. i could never figure t what ad stood for. but, it's the two latin words that just simply means the 'year of our lord.' well, now i've covered that. and that saves one letter i won't have to write because hopefully, the lady will be listening when the program comes on. all right, now then way back in 4004 bc. going back from the time of christ's birth at bethlehem to thereation of adam, 4004 bc. all right, then adam's race and that whole
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covered a period of 1600 years. now i always tell people, this is in round figures. it may not be to the exact year, but nevertheless, in round yea terms so that it's easier to remember, that the flood took place at 2400 bc, 2400 years before christ. or, 1600 years after adam, we have noah's flood. now i think it's worthy of mention that this whole 2000 years of human histor is recorded biblically in the first 11 chapters. that's all. just the first 11 chapters of genesis, cover that whole 1600 year period of time, from the creation of adam, until that whole generation was destroyed with noah's flood. all right, then from the time of noah's flood until the next event in biblical history, which was
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that is only 200 years. we've got 200 years between, now again this is in round figures remember, for ease of remembering. and so from the flood, until the tower of babel, another 200 year segment of time, or now we are at 2200 bc, the toweof babel. the tower of babel, as you all know the story, the nations made their appearance and god separated them by virtue of the confion of languages and so forth. all right, then another 200 years of time goes by and as a result of the false religions, the pagan religions, the idolatry that came in at the tower of babel, god now has to do something totally different and he lets this human race coming from adam, just flow like a river. and out of that river of humanity, with the call of one man,
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have the appearance of the nation of israel. the jew. and that covers everything then from genesis chapter 12 until we go clear into the book of acts, where god is dealing with jew only, with some ceptions, but very, very few. and so everything from genesis chapter 12 and the abrahamic covenant is dealing with the nation of israel. giving them the la the temple, with the idea that one day god would funnel them back into that filthy, ungodly, river of humanity and bring them a knowledge of the god of abraham, isaac, and jacob. that was noble plan of god in his sovereignty. of course, we know that it didn't work because israel didn't believe it but anyway, time-wise now, we go from 2000 years to e
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testament history at 1000 bc and that of course, is the appearance of king david and then solomon his son. and solomon of course, builds the first temple. that is all within a few years of000 bc. five hundred years before that, we had moses and moses of course, gave israel the law. so now 1500 years bc, now i guess i'd better put the cross up here and that goes 29 ad, but that everody knows. all right, so from the time of christ's first advent, back to king david and solomon and the building of the temple is again about 1000 years. now then, the glorious temple of solomon was only on the scene about
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our reckoning of time that's a long time, but over a time span of 2000 years, that's not very long. and when you realize that the solomon temple as we normally think of it, or the first temple, it was glorious. it was beautiful. it washat, 40 years in the making, for building it? and it was one of the wonders of the ancient world. and yet, it only world. and yet, it only stood about 350 or 360 years and then in 606 bc, and this is the reason i bring it out, because this is another important time in history. i'll have to come out like this. down in here, now after the, well it'd be about here i guess. shortly after the temple was built, a matter of 400 years, nebuchadnezzar comes in, in 606 bc and the babylonian empire destroys
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and israel goes into captivity. and you all know abouthe babylonian captivity. now the reason i like to bring out the babylonian captivity is because again, it points up a fact of history that i think most people totally overlook and that is that common to the activities of those conquering empires, they literally emptied the land of israel of most of the jews. not all of them, t most of them. took them out to the east to babylon. and then 70 years later, the next empire, the medes and persians, the king cyrus, gave them the degree th the jews were now free to go back to their homend, back to jerusalem and they also of course, had the permission to rebuild their temple. but, now here's where history comes in that you're going to pick up when we get into
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the jews that were out there in babylon, did not go back to palestine, or to jerusalem, or the land of israel. only 44000 out of sever million. what happened to the rest of them? well, they got comfortable out there in the gentile world. they came astute at banking and business, and so the jews who had been out in babylon, began to migrate to every corner of the then known world. now why am i making the point? because you see, now you can turn in your bible with me, if you will, come back to acts chapter 2 because if you don't know history, then this doesn't make much sense. but if you realize that the jews from 606 bc, had now been migrating all over the theknown world and wherever there was a city of any population of note, jews established
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and what-have-you. everywhere. roughout the whole roman empire. all right, now you see, that makes see then, when you read acts chapter 2, when you come down to verse 5 and unless you know this it wouldn't make sense. acts chapter 2 verse 5, "and there were (now for this feast of pentecost,).there were dwelling at jerusalem, jews (see, not jews and gentiles).jews and these jews were devout men (they were keepers of the law and temple worship and where had they come from?) out of every nation under heaven." see? now how did they get into every nation under heaven? because when they
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instead of going back to jerusalem, they scattered throughout the then known world. now, the other thing i like to point up on this same basis, a little later on in this book of acts, we come to the apostle paul who begins his missionary journeys throughout first, asia minor, d then over to greece and finally to rome. and every place the apostle goes, what does he find? jews and synagogues. see? now they've been out there for already several hundred years, because those jews in the babylonian captivity, never chose to go back to the land of israel, they migrated into all these other areas of the then known world. now you see how history has to be understood, otherwise, this verse - well what does it mean that they were from every nation under heaven? i thought they came from ralestine, or what we call the land of palestine, that neck of land between the jordan valley and the mediterranean. well, they have been out there ever
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them captive in 606 bc. all right, then another reason i use 606 bc is because jesus spoke of it as the beginning of the 'times of the gentiles.' and what he meant by that was, that from this pointing time, 606 bchen the temple was destroyed by nebuchadnezzar, all the way up until we have the second coming of christ, jerusalem, for the most part has been under the heavy boot of gentile armies. all the way up since 606 bc, the land of israel has been under one gentile power after another. now of course, lately, we feel that they are more or less a sovereign state, but if you know anything about the land of israel, they're anything but. they are still under the heavy hand of the un and the united states government and they're not as free as we'd
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when the anti-christ comes in and sets up his rule and reign from the temple then of course, they will surely be back under the ot of the gentile armies. so, always remember that beginning with 606 bc when nebuchadnezzar came to jerusalem, besieged it, destroyed it and destroyed the temple, took israel captive; only a few came back. and then by 400 bc, i'm not going to be able to get all this in, but 4 bc we have the restored temple built by ezra and nehemiah. d that was the temple that was in jerusalem when jesus makes his appearance at his first coming. it was a restored temple and ezra and nehemiah with the limited resources that they had, they couldn't make a beautiful temple like solomon did, but then old king herod who wasn't even
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build. king herod was just known as a tremendous builder in the antiquity. so king herod took it upon himself to make the temple on mount moriah once again a wonder of the ancient world. and so he started with that little ramshackle temple of ezra and nehemiah, remodeled it. enlarged it. and of course, made it the beautiful temple complex then that was there when chrisbegan his earthly ministry. and that temple then in turn was destroyed in 70 ad once again, that beautiful temple was destroyed by the roman general titus. and that time, once again, let's see, where can i put this? i suppose out around here, 70 ad, and once again the jews were sent out into a compte dispersion. a few of course, stayed in jerusalem in the areas of israel, but for the most
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again sent out into every nation under heaven. that would be in 70 ad. now, shortly before that of course, and after the original day of pentecost, when israel was no longer going to believe that jesus was the christ, god sent them back into the mainstream of humaty, not now to be the evangelists but simply to be that wandering jew, that nation of people, who were steeped in spiritual blindness and unbelief and now god is gog to begin to do something totally different. and i usually mark it with parentheses and that is the out-calling of the body of christ, which we call the church age. now, at is a pauline revelation and so that is going to prepare the world then for the next event on god's calendar and that is the rapture or the out-calling of the church,
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since this is all a rauline revelation, it has nothing to do with old testament prophecy, it has nothing to do with the nation of israel. consequently it has to be taken out of the way before god can pick up with the nation of israel and bring out that final seven years, which of course, scripture always divides 3 and 3 and the appearance of the anti-christ. now i know i've got a lot of scribbling out here, but hopefully it will make some sense if you can begin to just put it down on paper yourself. and this is why i like to repeat it. i wish people could just get to the place where they could set down with a sheet of paper, draw a line across it and then begin to unfold all these historical events. the easiest way to witness that i can possible think of because folks have to understand that all of these things led up to the
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through the crucifixion of christ, israel continued to reject it and god then raised up that apole of the gentiles, the apostle paul, whom we're going to be looking at now in our next half-hour as we go back into ephesians. and so, paul becomes the apostle of the gentiles. he becomes the spokesman, if you want to call it that, for god now during this period of time. and this is were so many people are missing it. everything from genesis 1 up until the conversion of saul of tarsus is predominately god dealing with israel. and that's obvious. and see, i guess nothing gets my hackles up more than whe somebody will call or write and say, well now wait a by what paul says, i'm going to go by whajesus says because what jesus says is in the bible and if the bible says it then i
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gotten to the place when i gea response like that i say, 'oh okay. so you're going to do what the bible says?' 'absolutely.' okay, now turn with me and you'll see what i mean. i say, "all right, let's go back to leviticus chapter 5. and then you're still going to sit there and tell me you do what the bible says?' see this is where it gets ridiculous. leviticus chapter 5, and this is just one example. i could stand here all afternoon and give you example after example. you can't do what the bible says all the time because not everything that the bible says is for us. but most of it is really written for the nation of israel. what the bible says for us, you'd better confine yourself to romans through hebrews. in fact, even hebrews is written primarily to jews, so romans through philemon. all right now look what i say when somebody says, 'oh, i do what the bible says.' i say, 'okay, look at leviticus chapter 5 and
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a soul (or a person) touch any unclean thing whether it be a carcass of an unclean beast a carcass of unclean cattle or the carcass of unclean creeping things, and if it be hidden from him, he also shall be unclean and guilty." now you say, well i'll never touch a dead cow, i'll never touch a dead animal.' hey this is anything that's dead. i mean you're out mowing your lawn and you see a dead bird there, you're not going to grind it up with your lawn mower, what are you going to do? you're going to pick it up and put it in the trashcan. you've touched something dead, you see that? all right, now let's read on. according to what the bible says, "if he's going to touch anything that he shall be defiled and he's guilty, then (you come all the way down to verse 6, the only way he can over come that situation is) he
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offering unto the lord for his sin, which he hath sinn." now how many people are going to do that? well, if they've got a brain in their head, nobody. because this isn't for us today, this was israel under the law. see? my goodness if i had to go back to the temple in jerusalem every time i touched a dead animal, i'd be spending most of my time on oveeas flights. but we don't, see? we're not under that kind of a law. and this is just one example. over and over the old testament gives instruions that don't apply to us. it'd be ridiculous if you tried to keep all this. but the bible said it. well of course it did, it said it to israel, under the law. and so here is where it becomes so appropriate then to recognize that the apostle paul is the gentile apostle. the apostle paul
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as gentiles in the church age and all we can do with our old testament is use it for building blocks of learning. see, and this is what paul said. now let me show you another verse on that same line. come back to romans. romans. i think it's chapter 15. romans chapter 15 verse 4. romans 15 verse 4. now i promise my listeners when they call, okay, i'll wait until everybody in the studio finds it and then i know that you can. all got it? romans 15 verse 4, "for whatsoever things were written aforetime, that is in the old testament were written for our learning." not for our doctrine but "for our learning, that we through patience and comfort of the scriptures might have hope." all right, now i've only got a
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after the church age is complete and we feel we're getting very, very close, since it is complete insulated from everything written to the nation of israel under prophecy, we feel that it has to be taken out and then the next great event on human history will be the appearance of the anti-christ. the seven years of tribulation. d don't forget that that's exactly according to god's timetable coming all the way from daniel. and then at the end of the seven years of tribulation, christ will return at what we call the second coming. and then, as soon as he sets up his kingdom, there with his capital in jerusalem we enter into that 1000 year, what we call the millennial reign of christ and when it ends, of christ and when it ends, we'll go into eternity. now that is basically the
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genesis to revelion. and when you've got that understood, you've got the battlehree-fourth's won. announcer thank you for watching through the bible with les feldick, if you would like more information about the les feldick ministries, or about this program, write to: les feldick ministries, route 1, box 760, kinta, oklahoma 74552. that's route 1, box 760, kinta, oklahoma 74552. through the bible is viewer
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announcer: the following is a paid announcement for the international fellowship of christians and jews. announcer: you're jewish. one of god's chosen people. a remnant of israel isolated in a distant land. you've managed to survive the holocaust, survive communism and now most of your $20 monthly pension must pay for medicine with only a few dollars left for food or electricity
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you're old and you're alone, you're left with nothing t painful memories and you wonder, does anyone care? (speaking russian) i wish god would be merciful and take me because it is better to die than to live like this. shalom. i'm rabbi yechiel eckstein of the international fellowship of christians and jews. i'm standing here in the ukraine in the former soviet union in an area called a shtetl. an old jewish village. i'd like to show what happened to the jewish community in the past but even more importantly i would like to show you what the jewish community is like today in the former soviet union. i think you will be surprised. announcer: a 100 years ago russia was the center of the jewish world
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living there. although russia's largest ethnic group, most lived in poverty and persecution. then came the bolshevik revolution. hoffman: the soviets systematically destroyed any kind of base for religious affiliation. they closed synagogues. they closed jewish schools, sent rabbis and teachers to jail and prison. and tried to convert everyone to their brand of materialist atheism. announcer: then came the nazis. between 1941 and 1945 soviet jews were savagely persecuted. subjected to every possible pain and humiliation and murdered in mass executions. eckstein: this is babiyar outside of kiev here in the ukraine. one of hundreds of killing fields from world war ii's holocaust throughout the former soviet union. there is a traditional memorial prayer of the dead that is recited
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site. (speaking hebrew) lord full of mercy, remember those who died here. (singing hebrew) it was here in 1941 days over a hundred thousand jews were killed here by the nazis. were all brought to babiyar and they were all everyone, and then they were killed. you can' you can't even imagine, a lot of people can't imagine. announcer: those who managed to survive the then suffered the post world war ii persecution, indoctrination and anti- semitism of the communists. jews were forbidden to practice their faith education and denied jobs.
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soviet people who were encouraged to roam the streets to find jews so that they could ridicule and beat them. hoffman: the elderly jews were victimized throughout this century. and now tragically, by the collapse of the soviet system itself. right now, sacrifices are the order of the day. governments don't have enough money to maintain social services. they are not paying pensions on time. today an elderly person has to get along in ukraine on about $20 a month. and half of that has to go for rent and utilities. eckstein: this is bela. she lost her entire family in world war ii, in the holocaust, all 13 members of her family were lost. today's wednesday and she tells me the last time she had a meal was sunday. she is elderly. she is alone. and she has no hope other than the hope we can bring
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hoffman: the food box is our most basic form of aid. it has a nber of basic commodities in it such as flour, rice, sugar, canned fish, cooking oil and a few other items. this box is designed as a diet supplement. when the funds are available we would like to be able to provide a box on a monthly basis to the tens of thousands of those who are in need. unfortunately, we are only able to deliver these boxes about two or three times a year to most of the needy. eckstein: these people have been waiting here all morning to receive their box of food that will help them through the month. they vitally need this to augment their diet. and we can make that possible for them. most of us can help with a box for $15 that will help these people for a month. won't you do that? won't you help these poor jews? donor: these people are
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to help them or they are going to starve to death. eckstein: in addition to the food boxes we provide hot meals three times a week to those jews here in the former soviet union who are in need. your gift of $50 will help one person with a hot meal three times a week in addition to the monthly box. or perhaps you can do more. perhaps you can help more than one jew and for more than one month. won't you consider it? donor: it's their life, it's whether or not they get the next meal. it's absolutely vital to their life bod that they be helped. eckstein: it's a scriptural mandate incumbent upon all of us that we extend help to those less fortunate than ourselves. this is made amply clear in the hebrew bible and b jesus in the new testament as well. he stressed is obligation in the parable of the "good samaritan" and in other places at it's our responsibility
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need. how much more so tthe children of israel? bela: whout the food baskets and the hot meals i would starve. it would be like it was for my father when the nazis captured him and starved him to death. announcer: living on ridiculously low pensions of $15 $25 per month. they go without food, medicine and the bare essentials of life. but through "isaiah 58" you can change that. $15 will provide a food box packed full of staples to help them through the month. joining our boa-month club will provide a food box every month to an elderly jew who desperately needs it the most. for $50 you willrovide three hot meals a week for a month in addition to a food box. what a blessing you can be to a jew who has suffered so much. what a witness you can be to the love of god for the scattered remnant of his people.
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genesis 12, "i will bless those who bless you and i will curse those who curse you". if you trace the pages of world histy you will find that every man and every nation that blessed israel, god blessed that man and nation. and every man and nation that cursed israel god cursed that man and nation. eckstein: i founded the international fellowship of christians and jews in 1983 and we're based in chicago. i really did so because i felt that there was a need and continues to be a need for a bonding between christians and jews. jews facilitating the rescue in china and sudan of christians who are trying to assert their rights to their faith. and we provide christians bless the jewish people and israel by helping jews from the former soviet union, helping them with their food and medical needs. this ithe ministry.
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christians and jews. (speaking russian) hoffman: as a jew i am grateful for the aid provided by chrtians in america and other countries around the world. to our efforts to locate and help these hundreds of thousands of needy jews in the former soviet union. without your help, without the help of others no one would know about them. no one would find them. no one would be able to help them. maria: there are lots of different religions here but none of them give help to us like christians and jews do. announcer: the ernational fellowship of christians and jews works through the joint distribution committee. an organization dedicated to helping those in the jewish community of the former soviet union. together, they join hands and hearts through "isaiah 58". eckstein: as isaiah says in chapter 58, "and if you give yourself to the hungry and satisfy the desire of the afflicted then your light will rise in
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become like midday. donor: i have been overwhelmed by what i have seen. the poverty. the lack of medical care. i can't imagine mylf having to live under those conditions. these people are destitute and they have got to have our support as christians. they have got to have our support and our prayers. (singing hebrew) shalom alechem donor: this is the only food that they have. a bowl of soup and some other things that are provided and it's really been a part of it. announcer: the international fellowship of christians and jews launched "isaiah 58" as a way for christians to bless elderly jews living in shocking poverty without food, medicine or heat. you have an opportunity
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people who are in desperate need. for only $15 you can provide a food box of staple food items which will supplement the meals of one person for a whole month. eckstein: this is one of the main food box distribution centers here in kiev serving the area in the ukraine. as you can see this room is rather empty. we didn't contrive this situation. we didn't stage this scene. sadly, there are more people in need of food and these food boxes than there are boxes to provide for them. but you can make that change. you can make this room filled up to the ceiling and around the walls with boxes. you can provide food and sustenance and joy to a jew here in the former soviet union. announcer: if you can, help more than one person. or join the box-a-month club by pledging $15 or more
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next year. the doors are now open to help these people who have waited too long. please call now. eckstein: whatever it is that god places on your heart. however you can see filling this warehouse with boxes. i sincerely and deeply hope that you will hear this call and respond to this need. announcer: a gift of $50 will provide both a food box and three hot meals a week for a month to one elderly jew. $100 will provide food for two people. and $200 for four people. bela: now, three times a week i get hot meals from the jewish organization. it is all i get to eat. announcer: when you call, you will receive an "isaiah 58" prayer packet with pictures and information on individuals being helped by the program. become a partner in "isaiah 58" now. many jewish lives can and
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what you do. robertson: now more than ever. it's important for christians and jews to build bridges of cooperation and understanding between our faith communities. falwell: i believe that this man is doing a noble work worthy of our support and understanding. and i hope that every friend i have out there right now will make this work and this fellowship a part of your religious budget. donor: they are not feeling sorry for themselves. (speaking russian) needy jew: my husband and i wake up rly in the morning each day before 6am to be the first ones on the street to collect empty bottles. donor: there was a time in their life when they were successful, they were good responsible citizens and you know in a wink of an eye that was taken away from them. russian jew: inhe current economic conditions
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anyone to buy the bottles but i can wake up early. i can work hard. it is very difficult but i am not lazy. hoffman: from day to day the elderly don't have any idea what things are going to cost. they have to live on a fixed pension but prices keep changing. prices keep rising. this takes a terrible toll on the health, on the morale, on the general physical well being of the elderly. shengl: it is very difficult to live on the pension they give. it is not enough to live on. i have received a warning that they will cut off my electricity. i have no money so they will just have to cut it off. (speaking russian) eckstein: i am here with chava. chava hato make a decision that i wouldn't wish on anyone and she has to make it
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(speaking russian) chava: i must take my medicines but it takes the biggest part of my psion. i must pay for all of these medicines. for my lungs, my heart and my foot. eckstein: chava has to decide between these pills to help her breathe because she has bronchitis, between that and food. as you can see she is bed ridden and she has a very bad heart ndition. and this medicine alone keeps her able to breathe and it costs one third o her monthly pension. chava: after i pay for all of my medicines i have no money for food or for anything else. eckstein: we try to hel people like chava not have to make that kind of decision. and so we bring her food. we try to provide people like chava a package once a month to help
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week. and, secondly the meals on wheels program that brings chava and people like her a hot meal three times a week. the more funds that are available, the more hot meals brought to her, more packages and the more people like chava will be able to be served as well. announcer: the nternational fellowship of christians and jews has launched "isaiah 58" to mobilize christians to join their jewish brothers and sisters. dono i just have to say that as a gentile i am so blessed to be a part of helping the jewish people in this country. it is the most wonderful experience that has every happened to me. announcer: together, we a fulfilling the divine call to provide aid and comfort to over 50000 jews living in shocking poverty in the former soviet union. donor: so much joy could be brought for so little.
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could realize how much could be accomplished with just so little, just a little bit of giving, it would be so unreal. announcer: through "isaiah 58" you can begin to repair the effects of decades of deprivation, anti-semitism and brutality. $15 provides a food box that will mean so much to someone who cannot afford food. for $50, in addition to e food box, you can provide three hot meals a week for a month to an elderly jew. hagee: paul said in the book of romans, "if you, geiles, have received from the jewish people their spiritual things you owe it to them to minister to them in material things". boone: soviet jews have faced persecution after persecution for centuries. but the situation that they face today is an especially dangerous one. as christians, we are not going to have any excuse if we just stand idly byatching history repeat itself. bela: the people in ukraine who don't like jewish
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who hate jewish people they call us zhid. it is like in america. black people are called niger. it's like that, it's the same. eckstein: the bible teaches us in isaiah chapter 58 (speaking hebrew) "from your flesh and blo you shall not avert your eyes". my friends, we dare not avert our eyes from seeing the suffering and the pain of the jews in the former soviet union and knowing that we could do something about it. donor: i'm a street boy. i left home when i was 12 years old. and i know pain when i see it when i look at people's eyes in the street and i see a lot of pain there. hoffman: we see in every jew we meet here a potential lost relative. and it increases our motivation to want to help them because we think, "there for grace of god go i". these people need to be fed hot meals.
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is not enough. eckstein: imagine what it would be like not to have food. to be home bound. not to have any family members that you can turn to and suddenly three times a week someone comes in, an angel, comes in with food. this is what we call in the states the meals on wheels program that is administered throughout the former soviet union thanks to your help. and thanks to volunteers who give of themselves and their time and of their energy and their love to help the elderly jews who have no one else to help them. donor: the people that are doing this program are just touching the surface when they tell you how wonderful it is to be able to feed the hungry. because that's what we are doing, we're literally feeding the hungry. eckstein: your gift of $50 with a hot meal three times
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monthly box. shgl: there is no way that i could live without this food. it is like the angels arriving every time this food arrives. eckstein: this is shengl. and as you can see she just received her food for today and this food has to last her for two days. shengl just had a stroke a few months ago. and she was telling me that she had to make the decision between food and the medicine that she needs to take. in fact, she cried to me just a few moments ago saying she doesn't know how she could have lived and how she could go on without our help. announcer: christians are now able to comfort shengl and many others of god's chosen people by providing food boxes, meals through soup kitchens, and mes on wheels. only $15 will provide a box of assorted food staples to
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afford to buy food. eckstein: for only $50 a montyou can provide a jew from the former soviet union, someone in need, someone hungry and alone with no one to care for them. you can provide them with a meal like this though our meals on wheels program. three times a week we will bring such a meal to a jew for a period of a month. for $50 you can help save a life. god teaches us in isaiah chapter 58 to divide our bread with the hungry. won't you share your blessings with those in need here in the former soviet union. won't you divide your bread with those in need here. announcer: when you call you will receive an "isaiah 58" prayer packet with pictures and information on individuals being helped by the program. become a partner in isaiah 58 now. robertson: i believe a blessing has been ordained by god for those who bless abraham
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abraham through isaac and through jacob and through the patriarchs and all the way to the current nation of israel. hagee: you will discover the prosperity of the lord. you will discover god's favor and a peace in your heart that only god can put there knowing that youave done a mitzvah, a divine something, that blesses the heart of god. falwell: that is why i believe in the work of the international fellowship of christians and jews. it is exemplary of the kind of cooperation which is need between both communities of faith. needy jew: now non-jews are coming to help us again. tell this righteous people thank you. needy jew: thank you for bringing me the food box. in the ukraine now things are bad.
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if not, there is nhope. needy jew: food is a very big problem for me. i couldn't live without this food. thank you. thank you. hoffman: it gives us great satisfaction today to see so many of these things coming to fruition, so many of these people helped. together, we have all made a difference in the lives of these people, in the lives also, of the jewish communities now reviving, now coming back to life in the former soviet union. (speaking russian) eckstein: this is maria. she is 88 years old and alone. and i think you can understand her in whatev language it is and its russian. maria thanking me on behalf of all those here in the former soviet union who are helping people like her with food and with medical needs. people like her who are
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to help them. and i pass that thanks on to you. won't you find it in your heart if you haven't done so already to pick up e phone and like maria and thousands of others like her. three hot meals a week for a month, as well as a food box to people like maria. donor: i never met more wonder people in my life than them. they are so grateful that we as americans them that we love them too. it overwhelmed them but it overwhelmed us more. maria: tell americans that they are the best. thank you for the great help to us jews here. now jews don't feel ignored but we feel important too. donor: they think they were privileged but we know we
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because of who they are. i can't say enough about them and i can't say enough about how desperate their need is. (speaking russian) holocaust survivor: they were all undressed and then they were killed. hoffman: we have the infrastructure, we have the organizations. we know where the needy jews are. we've located over 170,000. what we are lacking today are the funds to keep this going. donor: you know in our scriptures it says, "to whom much is given, much is required". and, anybody who has a home, or a job, or a family and those things have not
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then i'd like to have them know that there really can be no limits on what we give and what we do. eckstein: won't you call right now while it's on your heart? the bible says those who bless his people israel will themselves receive god's blessing. donor: he say's we will be blessed when we bless them. and, oh, we've been so blessed. eckstein: won't you now receive god's blessing. feed the hungry, clothe the naked, not avert your eyes from our own flesh and blood. the jewish people who have suffered and endured so much in this century here in the former soviet union, won't you make the call? won't you help them now and be blessed? donor: i'm a christian and i'm here to love you and
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here to do for you. you see their eyes light up. it's a marvelous experience to know that i'm a christian and doing part of god's work in helping the jews. announcer: for only $15 you can provide a food box of staple items, which will supplement the meals of one person for a whole month. for $50 in addition to the food box you can provide three hot meals a week for a month for one person. or $100 for two needy people. by pledging $15 or more a you will join our box a month club and supply a box of food every month to an elderly jew in the former soviet union who might not otherwise have donor: i'm talkinto christians in particular that we do our part. now it's time for us to let the jewish people know we love them. and they need us most now. announcer: en you call
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58 prayer packet with pictures and information on individuals being helped by the program. become a partner in "isaiah 58" can there be any greater blessing you can give to one god's chosen people? please, call the number on your screen now. eckstein: from the former soviet union, on behalf of maria, and the tens of thousands of others whom you are helping, thank you, spaceba, todah rabah and shalom. this is rabbi yechiel eckstein. announcer: this program was paid for by the friends and supporters of "isaiah 58". (male narrator) our world is changing, and that shift is not for the better. in a time when current events show a culture
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... >> announcer: the following is a paid presentation for lifelock, the best identity-theft protection available. identity theft is the fastest growing crime in america. >> i started getting phone calls from credit collection companies. "you've opened an account here and here and here." they wanted payment. and it was payment for things that i did not do. >> i was hit wh 12 different cases of identity theft within three days. how did somebody get ahold of my idtity and become me? >> you see those movies about
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someone living an alternate life and taking over, and i was scared. she had my home address, she had my telephone number, she had my social security number, and she was able to make a purchase for $8,000. >> someone got ahold of my driver's license number and obtained tickets pretending to be me, giving my information to the police officer. my employer told me that i had seven days to clear it up or i would be unemployed. i had to prove that i was innocent because, to them, i'm looking guilty as if i have mething to hide. >> in my early days with the fbi, the crooks would go into a bank with sunglasses and a hat, rob the bank, they'd probably prison. now they steal our identities. >> announcer: 1 in 4 people have experienced identity theft. your age and your income don't matter to identity thieves. just having a social security number makes you a target. >> crime is changing. criminals have moved into cyber crime because they know the risk's low to them and t
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>> announcer: over 100 million americans have had their personal data exposed, and there's a new victim of identity fraud every 2 seconds. >> we're all vulnerable to identity theft, unfortunately. for savvy consumers who really want to safeguard their overall financial wellbeing, you have to be proactive and take steps to guard against this problem. >> announcer: in the digital age, our information is everywhere, making us all more vulnerable to identity theft. that's why millions of people have become members of lifelock. it's the best identity-theft protection available. >> it was a very empowering experience for me to have lifelock on my side. >> they're helping protect my accounts and my social security number. >> lifelock made it so i can go back to my life. >> i feel safe. lifelock's there. >> i don't need to worry about this now. i can't tell you how happy that made me. >> announcer: stay tuned and meet top experts in the field of identity theft. learn some of the tricks identity thieves do to steal your persol information.
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skim this card. >> announcer: and learn more about how lifelock detects fraud and helps protect you from identity theft. >> detecting fraud is a lot like squeezing jell-o. as soon as you stop it at one place, it squirts out somewhere else. and we've really devoted the last decade of our research specifically to identity fraud protection. >> announcer: find out more about what a lifelock membership means to you and meet some of the lifelock identity protection agents ready to answer your questions, to help rolve identity-theft problems, and to keep watch over your private information. >> you have this whole team of people on your side, and you know that you don't have to go it alone. i don't know what i would have done without lifelock. >> when i first got the alert from lifelock, my reaction was actually, "ha ha, i got you." since i'd been alerted and lifelock was helping me resolve the issue, whoever was doing that wasn't going to be able to benefit. >> i was a victim of identity theft, and it wasn't fun. i was on my own. i had no idea what to do.
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but it wasn't as bad as when it happened to my daughter, who was 7 at the time. somebody had stole her social security number. i was furious. i was concerned about her future. and so i contacted lifelock because i had heard about them. i looked into what they offer, and it was the best thing i ever did. >> announcer: now let's join lifelock member tom jourden to learn more about identity theft, the fastest growing crime in america. with tom is former fbi agent and renowned speaker jeff lanza, an expert in fraud, cyber crime, and identity theft. >> jeff, thankfor being here. >> you're welcome. >> you know, 10 years ago, i didn't even think about identity theft, but then, unfortunately, i became a victim. and now we hear that it's the fastest growing crime in america. why is that? >> a couple of reasons why it's the fastest growing crime in america -- number one, it's easy to commit, and the bad guys know that.
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so once they get your information, especially your social security number, then it's easy to convert that into cash, to monetize that information. and once that happens, the victim is left with a lot of problems. >> i think most people think if they have a problem, their bank or credit card company will just take care of it for them, right? >> well, it depends on what the problem is. if the problem is credit card fraud, someone used your existing credit card number or cloned your card, yeah, the bank will take care of that. but that's just one part of the problem of identity theft. there's a much broader problem, and that is when someone steals your identity entirely. they've got your i.d., they've got your social security number, they apply for these accounts in your name. you don't even know it's happening. you may not figure it out until you get a call from a bill collector, a credit card company that says you're past due on a credit card that you don't even know you had. >> so when you're on your own, you're kind of just blind at this is happening 'cause there's no one out there looking out for you. >> that's exactly right. you know, we have our jobs, we have our family, we have our life. do you want to take hours out of your day, maybe for days and
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figure out how to correct the problems that the identity thief caused? if you were gonna do all that, i don't know how much time it would take or even where you would begin to do that. you don't have the technology to do that. >> so, in general, the advic you would give -- what can we do to protect ourselves? >> the earlier identity theft gets detected, the sooner you can address the issues and stop it from getting worse, and that's where lifelock comes in. they deal with this every day. >> when jennifer learned a fraudulent account was opened in her name, she thought she could easily deal with it on her own. >> so here i am trying to call and prove that i'm the real jennifer, and they just don't believe me. i probably talked to six or seven people. each time i'd have to repeat my story. "i did not sign up for this credit card. i don't owe you any money." that person says, "well, i can't help you, but let me transfer you to this person," and it's just so aggravating. it's like, "just send me to the right person." i almost got to the point where i was like, "let me pay for this $400 and just close the account and let's be done," but the thing is, there were other credit cards out there.
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when my lifelock agent got involved, somehow she knew exactly who to talk to. i never figured out that, but she knew exactly who to talk to. and she helped me take care of it. >> we work, shop, even pay bills almost anywhere. it's great, but it can also make us more vulnerable to identity theft. jim stickley is paid to think like a hacker. he's been featured on investigative rerts revealing where we're the most vulnerable to cyber crime. >> no one thinks they're gonna fall victim to identity theft, but check this out. in a caf\ like this, you know, people have this idea that they're safe when they're online. they feel it's being provided by the local caf\ here, so it should be safe. the reality is, though, that something likehis -- this is a wi-fi device -- can be brought to a local caf\, set up right here in front of pple without them even knowing it, and instead of them connecting to the wi-fi in the organization, they'll be connecting to this wi-fi device instead. what if they type in login credentials? i've got them.
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if they type in credit card information, i'll get that, as well. all of this information can be captured by the criminal, and then they can use that information to commit identity theft. i do these scams to show people what's going on out there. criminals are continually finding new ways to p people off. and the bottom line is, you need somebody in your court. that's why lifelock makes so much sense. >> these real lifelock members all volunteered to share their experience in this show. stay tuned to hear more true stories, learn more about how identity thieves work, and find out how lifelock can help protect your identity. >> announcer: identity theft is the fastest growing crime in america. are you at risk? you could be if you bank or shop online, have health insurance or fill out medical forms, if you have a smartphone or use public wi-fi, even if you file your taxes online. no matter how careful you are, your social security number and your other personal information is out there out of your
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st detecting the problem is not enough. how do you resolve an issue if you have one? >> i signed up for lifelock. we have someone in our corner to help fight that fight. >> announcer: a lifelock membership means you have a whole team of lifelock identity-protection agents ready to answer your questions, resolve identity-theft problems, and to keep watch for threats to your identity by monitoring more than a trillion data points a day. that's why millions of people have become members of lifelock. it's the best identity-theft protection.vailable the minute you become a lifelock member, you have exclusive members-only protection services, including 24/7 access to u.s.-based identity-protection agents, real people with experience and identity-protection knowledge to answer your questions, proprietary lifelock identy monitoring with a technology that detects threats to your identity, plus dedicated lifelock restoration specialists to immediately get on the case if your identity is ever stolen
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things right, all backed by our $1 million total service guarantee. >> every lifelock membership comes with a $1 million total service guarantee. that means if your identity is ever stolen, lifelock will spend up to $1 million on experts to help set things right. >> announcer: lifelock memberships start at only $9.99 per month. and listen to this. through this special tv offer, when you call right now, you can get your first month free. you'll get 24/7 access to u.s.-based identity-protection agents, proprietary lifelock identity monitoring, dedicated lifelock restoration specialists, the $1 million total service guarantee, and so much more. >> i feel like not having lifelock is kind of like not wearing a seatbelt in a car. why would you do it? >> announcer: join in minutes. protection starts immediately. use promo code "free" to get the first month of your lifelock membership free. as an extra bonus, call right now and get this document
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so don't wait until someone uses your identity for their benefit. get your first month free when you become a member today. with memberships starting at only $9.99 per month, there is a plan for everyone. >> with lifelock, i wanted to have somebody on my side who was helping us be proactive and protect our identity. >> announcer: or visit golifelock.com. use promo code "free" to get your first month free, and a free shredder with annual membership. join now. protection starts in minutes. >> so, you might think that your credit card is safe if it never leaves your sight, but the reality is, in the wrong hands, all it takes is a second for it to be stolen. that'll be $7.49. >> great. >> skimming ishen a criminal will take your credit card and they'll run it through a device... so, this is w easy it is to skim this card.
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...and then that device is gonna record everything that was on your card. they can then use that information to go out and shop online or even make their own credit cards to make purchases in the next store they go to. i do these scams to show people what's goingn out there. criminals are continually finding new ways to rip people off. >> it's something that's out of control. i can't protect my identity all the time with everything that i do. bad people are gonna get your information whether you want them to or not. i have really a teammate in lifelock knowing that they're keeping an eye out for things, thgs that i couldn't do myself, and having them on my side, and it really is that [sighs] i can just relax and take one worry off my plate. >> the technology behind cyber crime is extensive, but what about lifelock's technology to protect you? well, dr. stephen coggeshall, lifelock's chief analytics and science officer, is here to explain how lifelock's proprietary technology is helping fight identity fraud.
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>> my pleasure. >> tell me about lifelock's proprietary technology. >> well, we do a variety of things. and what we do is really cool. we go to our more than a trillion data elements in our data bank. we'll look at all the other things it's connected to in the world, all the other applications we see, we look at what's going on at the address, has anybody else used that social security number, is there something strange about that e-mail? and we gather all that information together and put it through some pretty complicated mathematical formulas, and we come up with a probability score, the likelihood that that's a fraud attempt. >> and then you alert me as a lifelock customer if you see somethinout of the ordinary? >> that's correct. if a member gets an alert, they have the opportunity to say, "oh, yeah, that's me." but if it's not them, if they're sitting home watching tv and they get o of these alerts, they can press a button and contact lifelock, and we start the process of shutting that fraud attempt down. lifelock started from the very beginning specifically to protect our members from identity fraud. that's our reason for existence. >> my cellphone goes off at just
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and it's a text alert from lifelock. someone attempted to use my name and social security number to open a credit card. they filled out an application online with a $10,000 limit. lifelock caught it, notified me, and we were able to stop that credit card from ever being issued because we caught it early enough in the processing ase. >> when your identity's been stolen, you want a knowledgeable, trusted friend on your side to get you out of the mess, and this is the big difference between monitoring your own credit and lifelock. a lifelock membership means you have a whole team of identity-protection agents ready to watch for threats to your identity, to answer your questions, and to help resolve identity-theft problems. lifelock members like me get a dedicated agent based right here in the u.s. to help resolve any threats to your identity. meet identity-protection agents daniel, pua, and sarah. they're part of a team of agents who address identity threats and help lifelock members if an identity theft occurs.
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i mean, when do you get work? >> once our members notify us that it was not them, that they believe it's identity theft, is when we get started. then you'll speak to somebody like me, and i'll call you and i'll aist you through the whole process. >> we know who to call, what documents are needed, and we get it done much quicker than a member ever could on their own. >> i know the questions to ask, i know the people to talk to, i know the numbers to call, and i can make it just so much easier for you. and i'm also willing to stay on hold for you if you need. >> wait a minute. say that again? yeah, i'm willing to stay on hold as long as it takes on your behalf if necessary. >> 'cause that is the worst part -- staying on hold. >> it is. [ chuckles ] but i'm happy to do it. >> you're happy to do it? >> yes. i am. >> now, sarah, i know that you are a veteran. you, i assume, work with a lot of veterans and people in the armed services. >> i do. up until a couple years ago, social security number was on identificati cards. it's sad that people fighting for our country ha to worry about that, but we are more than
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through it, to carry the burden, and that way they can focus on the mission, and that's why i love what we do. >> and when you go home, sarah, at the end of the day, what makes you say, "that was a good day"? >> i love when i close a case. i love it. and every time i close one and i can't wait to call my member, it really is just gratifying knowing that taking the burden and helping them thrgh the process and being able to make that phone call, "hey, your case is closed" is priceless. i love it. >> what's impressed me most about lifelock is they're also gonna be there to help you afterwards if something happens. the credit monitoring agencies, they're just gonna go, "no, you had an issue. it's on you." whereas lifelock says, "let us help you." >> every single time the lifelock agent, if we've had to stay on the phone too long with the other company, the agent will always say, "let me take this, angela. i'll call you back when i get them back." and i just feel like they
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>> they know everything that there's no way i could know. i don't have to think about, "how do i fix this?" i turn it over to lifelock, and they'll help me. >> announcer: identity theft is the fastest growing crime in america. are you at risk? you could be if you bank or shop online, have health insurance or fill out medical forms, if you have a smartphone or use public wi-fi, even if you file your taxes online. no matter how careful you are, your social security number and your other personal information is out there out of your control. just detecting the problem is not enough. how do you resolve an issue if you have one? >> i signed up for lifelock. we have someone in our corner to help fight that fight. >> announcer: a lifelock membership means you have a whole team of lifelock identity-protection agents ready to answer your questions, resolve identity-theft problems, and to keep watch for threats to your identity by monitoring more than a trillion data points a day.
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have become members of lifelock. it's the best identity-theft protection ailable. the minute you become a lifelock member, you have exclusive members-only protection services, including 24/7 access to u.s.-based identity-protection agents, real people with experience and identity-protectioe knowledgto answer your questions, proprietary lifelock identity monitoring with a technology that detects threats to your identity, plus dedicated lifelock restoration specialists to immediately get on the case if your identity is ever stolen and to work with you to set things right, all backed by our $1 million total service guarantee. >> every lifelock membship comes with a $1 million total service guarantee. that means if your identity is ever stolen, lifelock will spend up to $1 million on experts to help set things right. >> announcer: lifelock memberships start at only $9.99 per month. and listen to this. through this special tv offer, when you call right now, you can
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you'll get 24/7 access to u.s.-based identity-protection agents, proprietary lifelock identity monitoring, dedicated lifelock restoration specialists, the $1 million total service guarantee, and so much more. >> i feel like not having lifelock is kind of like not wearing a seatbelt in a car. why would you do it? >> announcer: join in minutes. protection starts immediately. use promo code "free" to get the first month of your lifelock membership free. as an extra bonus, call right now and get this dument shredder -- a $29 value -- as our gift. so don't wait until someone us your identity for their benefit. get your first month free when you become a member today. with memberships starting at only $9.99 per month, there is a plan for everyone. >> with lifelock, i wanted to have somebody on my side who was helping us be proactive and protect our identity. >> announcer: or visit
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use promo code "free" to get your first month free, and a free shredder with annual membership. join now. protection starts in minut. >> nearly 50% of american adults have been affected by data breaches. if you're notified of a breach, you're nearly 6 times more likely to be a victim of identity fraud than those who are not notified. and once your information is out there, it's out of your control. that's why you need protection. >> you know, i've always heard retailers. happen to you. and it did. mynformation, as well as that of many others, had been breached during a christmas shopping season by this major retailer. and that's when i said, "i have to protect my family." i called lifelock. it was so simple, and i actually was kicking myself that i didn't do it earlier. sometimes i even like hearing the ding, knowing there's an alert. lifelock makes me feel safe knowing someone is concerned
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children. >> you know, jeff, last time i was part of a data breach, i got this letter, and they offered me identity-theft protection. i mean, what do you think about that from the company that just got breached? >> well, by the time you got the letter, it's already days or weeks have gone by since the company even realized it happened, and they don't usually realize it's happened until well after the breach has occurred so the point is, it's too late. i mean, you've already had your information out there. it could already be a big problem. the point of identity-theft protection is being proactive. that's what lifelock does. it helps you figure out if someone's trying to steal your identity, and then if it does happen, they help to resolve it. >> i went to the doctor, and they told me -- i got a letter that there was a breach and that my information may have been compromised. i was very relieved that i had already signed up for lifelock. >> so, here's one scam that criminals will do. they'll buy an00 phone number, which will actually forward to their cellphone, and then they'll call up and leave a voicemail to you telling you
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banking account. they'll leave that 800 number in hopes that you'll call them back. so you should have received a security i.d. when you got your voicemail. so, once they answer the phone, the first thing they're gonna want to do is they're gonna want to verify that you are who you say you are. for security purposes, i just need to verify your social security number. people are very used to that, so they'll say, "sure, my social security number is" whater it is, and just like that, they have that before people even have a chance to think, "maybe i shouldn't have given that out." yeah, no problem at all. you have a great day. thank you. bye-bye. and just like that, we have her social security number. >> protecting your identity is a smart financial move. personal finance expert, best-selling author, and journalist lynnette khalfani-cox lps her clients with their financial portfolios. here's what she had to say about identity-theft protection. >> you might be doing a lot of things right. you might be saving, planning for the future, investing. all of those things are great. but ifou haven't taken time to protect yourself against the risks that are out there, the
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theft, then you haven't really secureyour family's finances in a way that's smart. identity theft is a threat to your financial wellbeing because it not only affects your credit rating and impacts your ability to get loans, it could also hamper you in everyday life, and doing things like renting an apartment, getting a mortgage, or even getting a job that you might need. the people who get financial help for any aspect of their lives, whether it's taxes, whether it's managing credit card debt, whether it's planning for retirement, they actually tend to do a lot better in reaching their goals, and likewise, the people who have expert help to deal with the problem of identity theft, those folks also fare so much better because they have a team of experts who know the groundwork, who know what to do in a way that the typical person just doesn't know. lifelock helps alert you about potential identity-theft problems, and that early alert is crucial because you can take action and do something
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problem from getting worse. >> i've been a lifelock member now since 2008, and i can't imagine being without lifelock any more than i can imagine racing down a highway withoua seatbelt. i mean, if somebody breaks into your house, you can get a new lock. if your car is stolen, you can get a new car. but yoonly have one identity. you're not gonna be able to replace it. so protect it with the best. >> when your identity is stolen, you just feel so violated and just so helpless. but knowing that you have lifelock, it just -- you have this whole team of people on your side, and you knothat you don't have to go it alone. >> we feel protected, and we feel like there's almost like a blanket of security around us. >> it's just really great to know that they are there and we can call on them whenever we need it. >> i would compare lifelock to having that big older brother walking side by side with you on the first day of school so that
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him." >> choosing lifelock to protect our identity was one of the best decisions we've ever made. >> this is financial protection that you can't afford not to have. it's kind of like the people who say to me, "uh, i'm too cash-strapped and i can't afford to save." i say, "you can't afford not to save." likewise, you can't afford not to protect your credit health and your identity. >> the value of lifelock to me -- it's priceless. what's the value of your credit? what's the value of your family's credit? >> i've been attacked seven times since 2011. and each time, lifelock was there to help me. i'm gonna be a lifelock member for life. >> what is more important than making sure the only you out there is you? >> announcer: identity theft is the fastest growing crime in america. are you at risk? you could be if you bank or shop online, have health insurance or fill out medical forms, if you have a smartphone or use plic
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presentation for lifelock. ( train chugging ) ( train whistle blowing ) ( brakes screeching ) ( metal crunching ) man: i handle the throttle and the brakes. jack watches the other systems. you drive a train with math. it's not like driving a car. you can't just step on the gas or hit the brakes.
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vehicle on the track. ( train horn honking ) ( brakes screeching ) ( siren whooping ) don: what was the kid doing there? homework assignment on dad's job. day you take your kid to work, you get in a wreck. ( train horn honking ) dad, what's going on? jim, stay down grab on to something. emergency brakes! ( brakes screeching ) damn it! the sander valve must be plugged. what does the sander do? well, it sprays sand on the track to increase traction. that wouldn't have stopped them in time. a train at that speed has the kinetic energy of a small atomic weapon. then why release the valve? he was thinking about the kids. take over the controls. i'm gonna open the valve by hand. but we're still gonna crash. the only chance those kids have. brace your feet against the wall.

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