With this year being 2012 there have been a lot more “Dooms Day Prophesies” shows on TV. Whether it’s about the Mayan calendar, Nostradamus, the I Ching, aliens or the Bible, it’s hard to flip through the channels and not come across one. Here is a quote that many of us have heard watching such shows.
“And a great star fell from heaven, burning like a torch, and it fell on a third of the rivers and on the springs of water. The name of the star is Wormwood.” – Bible or Not?
So should we be worried about the end of the world? …
Did you ever get advice that you knew was right, but at the same time knew was difficult to do? Today’s quote is in the category of “easier said than done”.
“Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.” – Bible or Not?
Life is full of worries and concerns – if you care deeply about someone or something, how can you not become anxious with that care? If things have gone wrong and you don’t know what to do, how do you not stress? If a tragedy has befallen you or a loved one, how can you really apply today’s quote? According to…
Yesterday much of the country spent the evening watching the Super Bowl, and what a game it was. It’s interesting the role that faith has played in this NFL season. Yeah, everyone was talking about Tim Tebow (Does God Takes Sides in Football?) but I was surprised to learn that the NY Giant’s run to the Super Bowl, and their ‘All In’ credo, started at a chapel service prior to their Christmas Eve game against the NY Jets. You can read the story about that chapel service and how those team members who were in attendance were challenged and inspired.
Today’s post though is not about the Giant’s All In credo, it’s about Jesus’ All In credo…