Addicted2TheGame: Kyle Korver writes heartfelt... →
addicted2thegame: If you were wondering what was going on in Kyle Korver‘s mind when he had this look of horror/disbelief/devastation as Derrick Rose lay writhing on the ground with what we all later found out to be a torn ACL, Korver poured his heart out in an extensive Facebook post on Saturday. Korver…
Focus: the Blesser, not the blessing
We all want to experience God’s blessing, but omit obedience. It’s like we get “selective amnesia” (phrase my dad used to say lol). We’ll remember that God is a good God, the scriptures where He bestowed blessings upon believers, but glance over the part where obedience preceded the blessing. However, obedience to God’s Word shouldn’t be for the blessing,...
Addicted2TheGame: ‘It Would Mean a Lot’ for LeBron... →
addicted2thegame: Three MVPs with no rings would surely, even for one as brutally narcissistic as ‘Bron, be a hard pill to swallow. He deserves It though. He is having arguably one of best seasons as a pro. From ESPN.com “If he wins, he would be just the eighth player in history to win it three times….
Proverbs 19:21 TNIV Many are the plans in a human heart, but it is the Lord ’s purpose that prevails.
Don’t sell out to this world, be souled out for Christ– Sirr
Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive...– Martin Luther King, Jr.
The LORD will always prepare us for what’s coming to us– J. Vernon McGee
Constant Communion with Christ
I’mma deem this as the triple C, something I’m gonna strive to have. Was listening to the Thru The Bible radio program & J. Vernon McGee was discussing that in order to “bear much fruit”, we must be connected to the true vine, that is Christ. That comes from being in tune worth the Holy Spirit’s guide on our day-to-day decision-making. Not the pious type of...
The world will not love a real child of God– J. Vernon McGee
For the Spirit God gave us does not make us timid, but gives us power, love and...– 2 Timothy 1:7 TNIV
TGigf (THANK GOD it's good friday)!
“But he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was on him, and by his wounds we are healed.” (Isaiah 53:5 TNIV). Prophetic! It’s amazing to observe how God used prophets hundreds of years before Christ came on the scene, in the flesh, to tell of a crucifixion (and many other occurrences) that had not yet...
LOVE > we could all use a crash course in this area
Read quite a few chapters in Leviticus this morning, God was very specific how His children were to approach Him. Sacrifices. Atonement of sins. Consecration. To be set apart for God. Now starting the gospel of Mark. Folk from ALL walks of life (some with sickness, disease, demon possessed, etc.) sought after Christ for physical and spiritual healing. I’m just noticing that there was a...