Getting to heaven is as simple as A, B, C, and D.
How do you follow Jesus?
How can you be assured that you have the promise of heaven?
God has made it as simple as A, B, C, and D.
Sometimes I wish I were in charge.
I had that thought recently as ! looked in the mirror and tried to calculate how much of my skull is still covered by hair. Let's just say it's south of 50 percent and leave it at that. If I were in charge, all guys get to keep their hair, cradle to grave.
This got me thinking about other physiological inequities. In the last couple of years, I've made some significant diet and exercise changes in order to improve my health. I have all but eliminated soda, and numerous other caloric delights from my diet. while I have logged sweaty, painful hours at the gym.
It's not fair! I want to be fit but free to feast on fast food forever. If I were in charge, cholesterol and gluten would be outlawed. and everyone would get toned abs, with or without exercise.
But why stop at shallow aesthetic concerns?
Your circumstances do not define you. Your identity does. This is from Tim Tebow’s new book called “Shaken.”
His book ask, What do you do when life takes an unplanned detour? When the unexpected happens? What doubt or negativity tries to rise above your faith? Most of us can relate to these questions.
Through a dynamic lens of story and insight, Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow tells what he’s learned during the highs and lows of his journey in the NFL. Shaken also features practical wisdom from the pages of scripture and moving narratives of individuals from celebrities to cancer patients - who have impacted Tebow’s life. There inspiring stories will encourage you also to tackle fear, overcome bitterness, and take on the obstacles life throws at you.
Familiar Christmas Carols come with fascinating backstories.
For centuries, yuletide carols have proclaimed the greatest news in history~ .. From the wondrous night of Jesus' birth in Bethlehem and up to our present day, Christmas has been a season of song. Here are the stories behind a few of the best known Christmas hymns still sung today.
"Joy to lite World"
"Joy to the World" was written by Isaac 'Watts, an English Christian Minister born in the late 1600s. At the time the British Church sang poems of rhyme and from Psalms of David. Watts as a young man decided to explore further. He studied the Psalms from the perspective of Jesus and the New Testament and formed them into song, beginning the concept of the English hymn.
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