Monthly Archives: August 2015

Eye discipline

In football, there are two fundamental defensive schemes for defending the pass (with thousands of modifications, but we’re going to keep things simple). The first is zone defense, where the defenders drop to areas on the field and defend the … Continue reading

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It’s not about food

Psalm 23:1 says: “The Lord is my shepherd, I lack nothing.” This reassures us of God’s provision. He promises to provide what we need, when we need it. The purpose of the Bible, God’s love letter to His children, is … Continue reading

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Pontius Pilate: Me, You, We

Matthew 27 gives the account of Jesus standing in judgment before Pontius Pilate. While the governor had no actual authority over Jesus, this was an important part of Jesus’ resurrection journey. Here are some important aspects of their exchange. First, … Continue reading

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Your Elisha legacy

Elisha was a tremendous prophet for God. He performed many miracles during his lifetime. You can read about him in 2 Kings 2-13. The end of his life is described succinctly: Elisha died and was buried. Now Moabite raiders used … Continue reading

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