Monthly Archives: January 2013

Just in time for the Super Bowl

Here’s a handy Bible passage for all those athletes who want to thank God for their success: “His delight is not in the strength of the horse, nor his pleasure in the speed of a runner; but the Lord takes … Continue reading

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You, your officials and your people

Scripture: Exodus 3-16; Psalm 12; Luke 22-24; Acts 1-2 The second plague: “… (Frogs) shall come up into your palace, into your bedchamber and your bed, and into the houses of your officials and of your people…” (Exodus 8:3). The fourth plague: … Continue reading

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The challenge: Honor the past, keep moving forward

Scripture: Exodus 1:1-2:25; Psalm 88; Luke 21 One of the things about reading the Bible is that what you take away from it is so connected to what you bring to it. Said another way, what’s on your mind or … Continue reading

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