Definitions for overseerˈoʊ vərˌsi ər, -ˌsɪər
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a person who directs and manages an organization
One who oversees or supervises. A supervisor.
Rob Overseer is an English DJ/producer, born in Leeds whose works have been included in soundtracks for Animatrix, Snatch, Any Given Sunday and The Girl Next Door, as well as video games like Gran Turismo 3, Need for Speed: Underground, SSX 3, NFL Gameday 2004, several Matchstick Productions ski films, and Stuntman, among others. His songs are also frequently used in TV commercials such as Hairdo for Vodafone which featured his song Velocity Shift or the Endeavor commercial for Mitsubishi, which featured Horndog. Also, the MTV show Maui Fever features his single Horndog in the opening credits. Overseer also records with singer/songwriter Rachael Gray. They first worked together on the track "Sparks" which appeared on the Overseer album "Wreckage" on the Columbia label. Following the success of Sparks, work began on a full album project under the name Kanute. Also, former UFC fighter Ken Shamrock used Rob's "Slayed" as his entrance theme on his last two fights. In addition, Mauricio "Shogun" Rua used this song as his entrance song for UFC 76 as well as Keith Jardine for UFC 89. Overseer's style is most frequently described as Big Beat.
The numerical value of overseer in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of overseer in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
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Setback often precedes great comeback. Yes! for instance the biblical Joseph experienced a setback initially. But, eventually he was taken from prison to the king's palace where he was made a prime minister/general overseer i.e. he (Joseph) who was nobody by and by became somebody. Now, may I tell you this, your so seemed setback will sooner or later become a great comeback for you.
I know you can do all things and no plan of yours can be thwarted. That's what (Job 42 : 2) says. And that infers, whatever God has destined to be must prevail. But may I tell you this, when God says that you will be great in life it doesn't mean you won't experience failure, misfortune, setback or thingss like that. Let's take biblical Joseph as a case study. Because, he's a perfect example of what I'm talking about. He (Joseph) was destined to be or become a ruler or leader. But, prior to the manifestation of his destiny. He was challenged, maltreated and even imprisoned. However, because God's plan cannot be thwarted. After all said and done. He finally ruled and became a prime minister/general overseer in a foreign country (Egypt). Having known that, what do I want to publicize in essence? I'm just publicizing that, regardless of whatever you are undergoing or passing through presently. For the fact, you are destined for greatness. You must excel and shine like a star that you are meant to be or become. Yes of course, destiny can only be delayed for awhile. But come what may, it cannot be denied. I mean, destiny must have its way even against all odds.
God can rewrite your story. Yes of course, in case you don't know. God can rewrite your story from being miserable to being enviable and from the worst to the best. As a matter of fact, he (God) rewrote the story of Jabez. And that's why, he changed his name and enlarged his coast too, scripture reference (1st Chronicle 4 : 10). Moreover, he (God) equally rewrote the story of Joseph. Now, that's why he made him (Joseph) a prime minister/general overseer in a foreign country (Egypt) to be specific, scripture reference Genesis 41 : 41-45. As well, he (God) rewrote the story of Esther. And that's why, Esther surprisingly became a queen in a foreign nation (Babylon) to be precise, scripture reference Esther 2 : 17. Besides, God rewrote the story of David. And that's why, he (God) transformed him (David) from being a shepherd to being the most celebrated king of Israel, scripture reference 1st Samuel 16 : 1 -13. Now, the above instances truly signifies that, God can surely and effortlessly rewrite your story no matter how miserable and terrible your past life or current condition seems to you. Listen up, all you've got to do is this, just believe undoubtedly that he (God) can rewrite your story. Then, equally trust and wait patiently on him to do it in his own time and not at all, in your own time.
God can rewrite your story. Yes of course, in case you don't know. God can rewrite your story from being miserable to being enviable and from the worst to the best. As a matter of fact, he (God) rewrote the story of Jabez. And that's why, he changed his name and enlarged his coast too, scripture reference (1st Chronicles 4:10). Moreover, he (God) equally rewrote the story of Joseph. Now, that's why he made him (Joseph) a prime minister/general overseer in a foreign country (Egypt) to be specific, scripture reference (Genesis 41 : 41-45). As well, he (God) rewrote the story of Esther. And that's why she (Esther) surprisingly became a queen in a foreign nation (Babylon) to be precise, scripture reference (Esther 2:17). Besides, God rewrote the story of David. And that's why, he (God) transformed him (David) from being an ordinary shepherd to being the most celebrated king of Israel, scripture reference (1st Samuel 16 : 1-13). Now, the above instances truly signify that, God can surely and effortlessly rewrite your own story, no matter how bad or miserable it seems to you. Listen up, all you've got to do is just to trust in him (God) undoubtedly. And then, wait patiently on him to change your story or condition at his own time and not at your own time. ~Emeasoba George
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- Aufseher, AufseherinGerman
- επιτηρητής, επόπτης, επιστάτης, εργοδηγόςGreek
- työnjohtaja, valvojaFinnish
- chef, contremaîtreFrench
- feighlí, maorIrish
- надзира́тель, надзира́тельница, надсмо́трщица, надсмо́трщикRussian
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