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Marvin Arnold, Tom Weisser and William Chalfant have all written about the Apostolic Church History extensively. This tape is based on theirs and one of most informative on early church history.
22 Aug 2019
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1. Last MTD order Last MTD = CALCULATE(SUM('MOM Growth'[Orders]),PREVIOUSMONTH('MOM Growth'[Date].[Date])) 2. Cumulative MTD order over YTD when you change the date in total ytd formula, cumultive sum stack till that date Cumulative MTD Order over Year = CALCULATE(TOTALYTD(SUM('MOM Growth'[Orders]),'MOM Growth'[Date],ALL('MOM Growth'),"12/31"),YEAR('MOM Growth'[Date])=2019) 3. Dynamically MTD Order history First Generate no. then create measure, in that measure variable, hasonvalue, if, filter and sumx formula require, filter is very important because you can put all relative criteria in filter table second you have to create another separate measure for sum of sale othwerwise it wil not show you correct count Dynamically MTD order history = //CURRENTDAY VARIABLE PREPARE ON THE BASIS OF FEB AND MAXIMUM 31 DAY CRITERIA, WHEN MONTH END // 31 AND CURRENT MONTH 30 THEN WHEN WE PREVIOUS MONTH ALL DATA THATSWHY BELOW MAX 31 DAY MEASURE CREATED var currentday = IF(OR(DISTINCTCOUNT('MOM Growth'[Date])=30,AND(DISTINCTCOUNT('MOM Growth'[Date])=28,SELECTEDVALUE('MOM Growth'[Date].[MonthNo])=2)),31,DISTINCTCOUNT('MOM Growth'[Date])) var currentmonth = SELECTEDVALUE('MOM Growth'[Date].[MonthNo]) var Currentyear = SELECTEDVALUE('MOM Growth'[Date].[Year]) //IF AND HASONEFORMULA BASICALLY CHANGE THE MONTH NO. AS PER SELECTION. VAR CHANGEONSELECTIONMONTH =IF(HASONEVALUE('Orderday History'[Order History Day]),VALUES('Orderday History'[Order History Day]),BLANK()) var maxmonth_YTD = CALCULATE(MAX('MOM Growth'[Date].[MonthNo])-(CHANGEONSELECTIONMONTH-1),ALL('MOM Growth')) return IF(HASONEVALUE('MOM Growth'[Date].[MonthNo]), SUMX(FILTER(ALL('MOM Growth'),IF(currentmonth=1,'MOM Growth'[Promoter]=SELECTEDVALUE('MOM Growth'[Promoter]) && 'MOM Growth'[Date].[Day]<=currentday && 'MOM Growth'[Date].[MonthNo]=maxmonth_YTD && 'MOM Growth'[Date].[Year]=Currentyear-1,'MOM Growth'[Promoter]=SELECTEDVALUE('MOM Growth'[Promoter]) &&'MOM Growth'[Date].[Day]<=currentday && 'MOM Growth'[Date]
10 Sep 2019
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+ Author : Ben Shapiro (Author, Narrator) + Format : MP3 ( without DRM – You can listen on many Other Devices ) + You will get link download from Dropbox when Completed Purchase ! + Listening Length : 6 hours and 6 minutes + Language : English
4 Sep 2019
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Is he even a real firefighter or is he still an intern? Dude can't even handle a fire hose.
5 Sep 2019
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For more about The Hot Dog Has a Long and Proud History in Canada - Soloway Hot Dog Factory, Inc. -please visit soloways website's
20 Aug 2019
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This video tells about the brief history of Split Rock Coffee. Get to know how do we acquired this company and what's the quality of coffee that we deliver and cater. Split Rock Coffee company is veteran's owned. Our goal is to give gold standard of coffee to all veterans and all men in uniform serving our country. We offer huge discount and lifetime discount for all men in uniform and veterans. So be sure to check our line-ups of coffee products. We are serving coffee to Minneapolis Minnesota since 2013 and we are always happy to serve
30 Aug 2019
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Today, hundreds of millions hold to a belief system and salvation practice that no one had ever held until relatively recently. The sinners prayer is a invention that changes God's plan of salvation. The Sinner's Prayer is a modern apostasy and false teaching that prevents people from being saved. The earliest idea of sinners prayer is less than 500 years old. The prayer itself dates to the Billy Sunday era; however, the basis for talking in prayer for salvation goes back a few hundred years. It wasn't formalized as a theology until around the time of Billy Graham. No one in the word of God ever prayed for their initial salvation. They did however believe, repent, confess Jesus and be immersed in his name in water for the forgiveness of their sins. So if you prayed the "sinners prayer" for your salvation, you are still lost in your sins, because it is not what God said to do. How did the Sinner's Prayer evolve into what it is today? Although everyone was not following exactly what the Apostles taught after the Reformation, for the first time in over a thousand years the general populace was reading the Scriptures. Thanks in part to the invention of the printing press. Many still held to the importance of water baptism in the New Birth process, but because of Catholicism, it was not in the name of Jesus, as it changed in 325 AD to the titles father, son and Holy Ghost and was done three times for the newly formed trinity teaching. Also it was done by sprinkling on infants, because of a Catholics agreeing upon this in 1311. The majority still held to the validity of infant baptism even though they disagreed on it's significance. The influence of the preachers eventually led to the popular notion that one was forgiven at infant baptism but not yet reborn. Most Protestants were confused or ambivalent about the connection between rebirth and forgiveness. The Great Awakening of the 1700's changed all of that. Though Protestants were lukewarm on the practice of baptism, Gr
18 Aug 2019
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Split Rock Coffee in 2018 was acquired by Paul Reese, Ron Buster both Veterans and Barb O’Neill a wife of a Veteran. Our vision and goals are still the same. Bringing Quality Coffee to Minnesota as a Minnesota owned company and to all that drink coffee nationwide. Split Rock Coffee is a division of Johnson Paper and Supply Company, which has delivered quality products for over 100 years to businesses in Minnesota. Building on the foundation of Johnson Paper’s excellent service, Split Rock Coffee provides flavorful, high-quality coffee for your office, retail store, restaurant or hotel. Our coffee buyer has nearly 20 years of experience traveling to coffee-growing countries, purchasing the best beans available, and mastering the roast to create a truly great cup of coffee. We purchase the highest-quality Arabica beans from around the world and roast them locally for maximum flavor and freshness. Coffeehouse Quality Brought to You Why should the best coffee be limited to the corner coffeehouse? We want you to experience great coffee at home and your business. Whether heavy, medium or light-bodied, Split Rock Coffees have a balanced acidity that optimizes the coffee’s natural flavors. With dark, medium and light roasts, and decaffeinated blends, we have all your coffee needs covered. Our coffees are available for any size brewer, from large-scale urns to in-room single servings, and everything inbetween. Our foodservice and retail coffee can be ordered pre-ground or whole bean. We also offer a variety of regular and herbal Stash Teas, coffee flavorings, cocoas, sweeteners and a full line of supporting paper products. Why Switch to Split Rock Coffee? Many coffee companies purchase inferior beans and then dark roast them to cover the poor quality and taste. Split Rock Coffee purchases raw, coffeehouse-quality Arabica beans and roasts them to our own specifications. This attention to detail produces great flavor from the first aromatic sip to the sweet finish. For off
24 Aug 2019
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We can determine if the applicant matches with the job depending on the results of the screening. Well, for some it, may be costly, it surely will help us from doing an effective decision making. #pre_employment_screening
29 Aug 2019
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The History & Hauntings of Chingle Hall in Preston,Lancashire. Part of my series of short stories.
30 Aug 2019
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The History & Hauntings of Manchester,UK. (Part of a series of short stories).
30 Aug 2019
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1. Week no. Week no. = WEEKNUM('MOM Growth'[Date],2) 2. Week wise Sale history Dynamically change Week order history = var changeweekselection = IF(HASONEVALUE('Orderday History'[Order History Day]),VALUES('Orderday History'[Order History Day]),BLANK()) var currentweek = SELECTEDVALUE('MOM Growth'[Week no.]) var currentyear = SELECTEDVALUE('MOM Growth'[Date].[Year]) var maxweek=CALCULATE(MAX('MOM Growth'[Week no.])-(changeweekselection-1),ALL('MOM Growth')) return IF( HASONEVALUE('MOM Growth'[Week no.]),SUMX(FILTER(ALL('MOM Growth'),IF(currentweek=1,'MOM Growth'[Promoter]=SELECTEDVALUE('MOM Growth'[Promoter]) && 'MOM Growth'[Week no.]=maxweek &&'MOM Growth'[Date].[Year]= currentyear-1,'MOM Growth'[Promoter]=SELECTEDVALUE('MOM Growth'[Promoter]) && 'MOM Growth'[Week no.]=currentweek-changeweekselection &&'MOM Growth'[Date].[Year]= currentyear)),[TOtal orders]),BLANK()) 3. Week day and weekend sale Weekday or weekend = IF(AND(WEEKDAY(SELECTEDVALUE('MOM Growth'[Date]),2)>=1,WEEKDAY(SELECTEDVALUE('MOM Growth'[Date]),2)<=5),"Week Day","Weekend") weekday Week Day order in month = CALCULATE([TOtal orders],FILTER('MOM Growth',[Weekday or weekend]="Week Day")) weekend Weekend Order in month = CALCULATE([TOtal orders],FILTER('MOM Growth',[Weekday or weekend]="Weekend"))
8 Sep 2019
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