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why? well, it's like you said, i... i was getting cut out. and then i figured, with him out of the way, i could take over the business for myself. what? would you be so kind as to remove your gloves? i'd like to see your hands. well, you haven't said a single true thing to us. that includes your confession. you didn't kill bennett. you just want us to think that you did. i don't understand. holmes: it's a simple enough question. do you pluck between your eyebrows? yeah. i have since junior high. mmm. you have synophrys.
in addition, you lack hair on the middle segments of your fingers and on the backs of your hands. all three of those conditions are recessive hereditary traits. sharing one in common does not prove a genetic relation, but sharing all three strongly suggests kinship. what does this have to do with my husband's death? it has to do with the confession of one gordie kasdan. pilot. he said he sabotaged your husband's chute. but we think he was covering for someone. holmes: he, like you, has a unibrow, he lacks hair on the middle segments of his fingers and on the backs of his hands. he's your father. watson: we think he confessed to sabotaging bennett's chute to protect you. are we right? the other day, when you said bennett had been shot, part of me was relieved. i hadn't killed him.
why would you tamper with his chutes? my pregnancy hasn't been easy. lack of sleep, nausea, the hormones... that's not an excuse for trying to murder your husband. a couple weeks ago, i heard him talking on the phone with some woman, late at night. he thought i was asleep. i couldn't find any record of the call on his cell, so i did a little poking around. found one of those disposable phones hidden in his car. there were all these texts between him meone named jaan. two a's. in one of his messages, he promised her he would leave me. so you decided to kill him. i was angry. i called my dad, told him everything. said i could solve the whole thing with a pair of scissors and a trip to bennett's storage shed. i'm guessing that's why he tried to take the blame.
something changed. i didn't want bennett to die. i tried to get him to call off the jump. but he wouldn't listen. (crying) he never did. well, that explains the sabotaged chute. but we're no closer to the sniper. i think we are. i think the sniper and mrs. nealy were both motivated by bennett's affair. and if i'm right about the sniper's identity, we need to catch him soon. 'cause i'm certain he's gonna strike again. [burke] at farmers, we've seen almost everything, aso we know how to cover almost about the sanything.dentity, even a rodent ride-along. [dad] alright, buddy, don't forget anything! [kid] i won't, dad... [captain rod] happy tuesday morning! captain rod here. it's pretty hairy out on the interstate.traffic is literally crawling, but there is some movement
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he just asked you if you think that they're hers, and you said, "oh, i hope not." i'm assuming by "hers," you meant your daughter, zohala. you speak pashto? not fluently. are these your daughter's prayer beads? bennett nealy had a lover. he called her jaan. holmes: "jaan," as you're well aware, is the pashto for "beloved." bennett nealy was having an affair with your daughter. you didn't know? watson: we think the sniper knew. that's why he killed bennett. which brings us back to a question that you refused to answer earlier. where are your children? zohala ran away shortly after marjan and i arrived in new york. she left a letter saying that she wanted to... live her own life, as a modern woman. we thought that she was just being rebellious.
when my husband was with the taliban, my son fought for them. he learned to shoot, to hide, to stalk his target. and they poured their poison into his ears. what do you think your son would do if he knew that your daughter was sleeping with an american? the taliban preaches the old ways. in traditional culture, when a woman sleeps with a man outside of wedlock, she dishonors her entire family. the only way to restore that honor is through blood. if marjan thought that zohala and bennett were dishonoring our family... he would kill them both. holmes: so, if there's a way you could help us find marjan, his cell phone number, perhaps, be a good time to share it.
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for the coldest morning of the 7 day period ask the-coldest morning we have seen in a long time. the cooler spots right now and 3 in temple terrace and most of us are in the 50s. so it is chilly. temperatures in the 40s but some of us in the 30s tomorrow morning. if you take the jacket the 50s by tomorrow evening. and a 7 day forecast is nice. clear skys a cross florida and look at the freeze warnings. we are talking upper 20s and freezing conditions in the northern part of florida and a beautiful day.
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[music] >> joel osteen: god bless you. it's a joy to come into your homes, and if you're ever in our area, please stop by, be a part of one of our rv i promise you, we'll make you feel right at home. i like to start with something funny. i heard about this pastor. he found a small box hidden in his wife's closet.
dollar bills. he asked his wife about it. she explained how every time he preached a bad sermon, she put an egg in the box. after 35 years of ministering, he felt pretty good about himself, only six hesk wt the $1,000 was. she said, "every time i got a dozen eggs, i sold them for a dollar." say it like you mean it. "this is my bible. i am what it says i am. i have what it says i have. i can do what it says i can do. today i will be taught the word of god. i boldly confess, my mind is alert, my heart is receptive, i will never be the same. in jesus' name." god bless you. i wanna talk to you today about prepared in the process. when victoria and i found out we were pregnant with our first son, jonathan, we were so excited.
over the next few weeks, we started getting the baby's room together, movin' furniture around. all we could think about was this baby was on the way. six months later, victoria's feet started swelling. her back started hurting. she couldn't sleep well at night. some mornings, she was nauseated. suppose we went back to the doctor and said, "doctor, something's wrong with victoria. she's gaining all this weight. her feet are swelling. she's uncomfortable. will you give us somethin' to make it go away?" he'd say, "no, i'm sorry. it's all a part of the process. if you're goin' to give birth, ya have to go through a season of bein' uncomfortable. you may not like gainin' the weight, but it's necessary. it's makin' room for what's comin'. your feet may swell. your back may hurt. it's uncomfortable, but it's not unusual. without the process, you
it's the same principle in life. we all have dreams god's placed in our heart, goals we wanna accomplish. we know we're pregnant, but too often we get discouraged by the process. it's takin' longer than we thought. we had some bad breaks. we went through a loss. somebody did us wrong. we think, "this couldn't be right. i'm uncomfortabl" but like a pregnancy, it's a part of the process. everything you go through, every struggle, every disappointment, every delay, if you'll keep the right attitude, that's depositing something in you. it's makin' you stronger, it's developing your character, it's growin' you up. here's the key: you're anointed before you're appointed. there's going to be a preparation period between the time puts the dream in hrt the te that it comes to pass.
is going to come. it's up to us to pass these tests, to be willing to go through the pregnancy, the uncomfortable seasons, the lonely times when we don't understand it. we're doin' the right thing, but we're not makin' progress. this is when many people give up on their dreams. they were pregnant, they were anointed, but because they preparatn esheyough the never gave birth. they never saw the appointing in the scripture, david was anointed to be the next king of israel at the age of 17. the prophet samuel traveled to his house, chose david out all the other bthers, poured the oil on his head. david was excited. it was a destiny moment. but what's interesting is, after david was anointed, after he was given this incredible promise, where did david go?to t pace? to get his royal robe?
he went back to the shepherd fields. he was anointed but not appointed. he found out he was pregnant, so to speak, but he had to go through the preparation process. he had to pass the test of doing a menial task, taking care of his father's sheep, feeding them day in and day out, shoveling their waste, smell badly. it was lonely. it seemed unfair anointed by samuel, they were in the military. they had prestigious positions. everyone looked up to them. david could've thought, "i'm not goin' back to the shepherds' fields. i'm the next king." but david understood this principle. he had to show god he would be faithful when it wasn't exciting. he had to pass the test of being good to king saul, even though saul was jealous and
this isn't right. look at him. you gotta get rid of saul. i'm uncomfortable." instead, david kept doin' the right thing year after year. he was anointed at 17, but he didn't take the throne until he was 30. it took 13 years for his anointing to catch up to his appointing. but without those 13 years of keepin' a good attitude, doin' the right thing, overlookin' insults, he wodn have been prepared for where god was takin' him. and god knows what's in your future. he knows what it's going to take to keep you there. and you may not understand why it's takin' so long, why it hasn't turned out t way you thought, why're in a lonely season, a discouraged season, a stagnant season, but everything you've been through was to strengthen you, to develop you, to prepare you.
ift wa't part ofhe process. without it, you couldn't give birth to what's in you. and if you'll do like david, not try to figure it all out, not live bitter, negative, instead, keep passin' the test. keep doin' the right thing, givi, serving, loving, then your time is coming. your baby is on the way. what god promised, he will bring to pass. and, one day, while david was in those lonely shepherds' to take nch his broths who were out on the battlefield. david could've said, "dad, you saw samuel anoint me. you saw him choose me over all my brothers, and you want me to be a errand boy, a deliry service i n't think so if david would've been too proud, not willing to serve others and do somethin' that seemed insignificant, he
these are tests that we must to humity to take s brothers lunch. his oldest brother, when he showed up, made fun of david, caused a big scene, tried to embarrass him. david overlooked it, kept doin' the right thing. on one of those trips, takin' his brothers lunch, davisaw goliath taunting the people of israel. somethin' rose up in david. he said, "i'll take care of that giant." but had david not been faithful where he was, doin' what his father asked him to do, even though it was small he would've missed his destiny. he would've never seen goliath. and it's easy to think, "i'm not goin' to do this insignificant thing. joel, when somethin' big comes my way, somethin' impressive, then i'll step up then i'll give it best." how do you know your destiny is not tied to the small
once you do that insignificant thing, where maybe you have to swallow your pride and serve somebody at's under you, then the door to the big thing god has in store, will open up. it can be uncomfortable to have to humble ourselves. we think, "god, that's not right. i have more training than skl." more education, more pass the test. it's a part of the process. it's getting you prepared. when i used to do the television production here a lakewood, one sunday, the lady that did my father's makeup for television, put powder on him, helped him th h hai-she didn't show u and victoria was there in the back. she said to my father, "let me do it." nobody asked her to. she just stepped up. and she thought she was goin' to do it just that one movin' tanotr ci.ady ended up my father liked it so much, he asked victoria to do it
any training in that area. her background was in the jewelry business. jewelry ore.wns a prestigious victia grew up sellin' diamonds, rubies, to influential, wealthy people, a sophisticated business. and she could've thought, "i don't think i'm gon' be a makeup person." she could've seen that as bein' insignificant, but when my father aske sheever thought twice. for years on sunday, she'd go up, bring him to church, help him with his hair, with his makeup. she spent years behind the scenes, helpin' make my father look good, never dreamin', one day, she would be up here in front of people, makin' me look good. when you're faithful in the small, you're passing the test. that's getting you prepared for the big things god has in stor and you may be doin' somethin' that seems
you know you have much more in you, but don't despise the day of small beginnings. keep bein' faithful. here's the key: do it with a good attitude. it's one thing to do it negative, mplaing. "i can't snd this job. i'm smarter than my boss. my supervisor, he doesn't have half the talent that i have." that may be true, but the reason god has you there is he's doin' a work in you. if you complain, you'll get stuck. it w never supposed to be it's just a step along the way. but all those years david was in the lonely shepherds' fields, it didn't look like anything was happening. didn't seem like he was baby is developing on the inside where nobody can see. in those tough times where you're uncomfortable, you're doin' the right thing but the wrong thing is happening, somethin' is developing in
you're getting closer to the birth. if you'll keep passin' the test, at the right time, your anointing will meet up with your appointing. and this is the reason many people never give birth what's in them. they don't understand the process. god will put a dream in your heart. he'll give you the anointing, then he'll send ya back to the shepherds' fields. the appointing will come later. you know you're going to you've been ointed for it, but he'll send ya back to that part-time job with a grouchy boss and coworkers that you don't like. you know you're goin' to move into that new house. the promise is in you, but he'll send ya back tthat small aparent th loud neighbors and no wi-fi. you know you're gonna meet the right person. you're anointed to have a blessed family, but he'll send ya back to that lonely
how we respond in the wilderness will determine whether or not we make it in to our promised land. and right now, there are promises that god has put in you. you are pregnant with potential, pregnant with portity, with health, with abundance. you've been anointed. my question is, will you go through the process so you see your appointing come? will ya pass thees it's uncomfortable, wh it doesn't like it's gonna work out, when you can't see anything changing? just because ya don't see anything happening doesn't mean god is not working. you don't see it on the outside, but on the inside, where it morimportant, you're growin', you're developing. it's just a matter of time before your appointing shows up. my father gave his life to christ at the age of 17.
going to pastor a church with thousands of people. and at w unheard of back then in the 1930s, but god put this dream in his heart as a teenager. he was anointed for it, but it took years for the appointing to come. my parents started lakewood 195with 90 people. they were in abandoned feed store. it was this old, run-down building. and for 13 years, lakewood my father was bein' his best. he knew he had bigr thgs himbut in spite of everything he did, even after 10 years, lakewood still had less than 200 people. he could've thought, "god, i must've heard ya wrong. i thought you said i'd have a church with thousands." instead, he kept doin' his best, bein' faithful, day in and day out. in 1972, 13 years later, it