Howard Stern | The Lie

Howard Stern | The Lie

“Until all this, Stern had considered himself invincible — at 65, his 6-foot-5 frame was still enviably trim, his head endowed with a thick mop of curls. He ate well and exercised often. Cancer was a ridiculous notion.”

[Howard Stern Reveals Cancer Scare, Trump Regrets and Details of a Dishy New Book | Hollywood Reporter]

[ Reviewed Unto Righteousness Below ]

Just one of many lies Howard Stern believed that will soon be righteously judged by the hard-cold fact of the Judgment Seat of God.

Howard Stern has believed, does believe and proclaimed opinionated belief that were lies.

God declares that all mankind will die because of their individual sins and the Devil is flat-out calling God a liar.

In addition, in-spite of the overwhelming evidence of death on a global scale Howard Stern believed “himself invincible.”

If anyone needs proof there is a Devil the fact Howard Stern believed such a foolish notion he was “invincible” is proof-positive hell is a hot reality.

“No! You will not die,”
the serpent said to the woman.
Genesis 3:4

Of course, when it comes to sins in our lives Howard Stern is not the only one who believes the lie of Satan that they too “will not die.” That Howard Stern has women, and a woman, in his life that gives him “courage” to believe lies – well that is as Biblical as God’s Truth.

Howard Stern, unless he repents will be tortured in hell a long-long-long-l-o-n-g time.

Not only is Howard Stern stupid enough to put the evidence down on paper through his books, after all, unlike today’s Prosecutors, God deals in evidence, but his radio shows prove his mouth is an open grave.1

“Their throats are opened graves; they use their tongues to deceive.”
“The venom of vipers is under their lips.”
Romans 3:13

Satan whispers to Howard Stern many a lie and Mr. Stern does wag the tongue like an obedient dog.

Timothy Williams

Reviewed Unto Righteousness | Proverbs 18:2 | Timothy Williams
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“By that point, Stern was spending as many as four days a week in therapy — he’s now down to two, though his longtime therapist would prefer three — and he was interested in having more genuine conver­sations. He felt he was finally being heard and was eager to hear from others. “You can only interview so many strippers,” he offers without a whiff of irony. Don’t get him wrong, however: he “loved the idea that we’d go on the air and measure our penises or discuss vaginal secretions —whatever it was, if it freaked you out, I loved it because, to me, it was not a big deal. But now I find it gross. And I’d feel really fucking shitty if I hadn’t evolved. I’d be completely out of step with the times.”

With little warning, Stern’s off on a tear about the industry’s more recent cultural reckoning, enraged once again by the hypocrisy it’s revealed. After all, several of the professional moralists who’d attacked him for his on-air antics were now being exposed for “doing really weird shit” in private. “It just shows you that people are full of shit,” he says, before directing his fury at his former nemesis: “I’ll admit there was a certain joy that I took when the #MeToo movement broke and [we found out] Les Moonves is doing all these things in his private life.”

To Stern’s delight, most of his listeners have been willing to evolve with him. Not all, of course. There are some who miss the old Howard — including former Howard Stern Show personality Artie Lange — who accuses him of having gone soft. Stern, for his part, counters that he has little left to offer those who say, “We want you squeezing a perfect stranger’s titties in the studio.” Which is not to suggest he or his show have somehow become G-rated. There are still plenty of pranks, profanity and egregious sex talk that can occasionally feel jarring in the year 2019. He shrugs and says, “I still have a really juvenile sense of humor.”

At his therapist’s urging, Stern has been making room in his life for interests beyond radio. He took up chess for a few years, then photography, though in both cases, he says, “My compulsion to be the greatest crept in and strangled the fun out of it.” Now, he’s all in on painting. He’s opened himself up to genuine friendships, too, with folks like Jimmy Kimmel and O’Donnell. (It was Mia Farrow who brokered peace between the two, telling Stern that he and Rosie had been the only ones who publicly admonished her ex, Woody Allen, well before it was culturally in vogue to do so. “She told him, ‘Stop being such an asshole. You and Rosie have more in common than you think,’ ” says O’Donnell. “And really, we do.”)”

[Howard Stern Reveals Cancer Scare, Trump Regrets and Details of a Dishy New Book | Hollywood Reporter]