During your pangs scream if you must but surrender to the fact that you can
Spiritual athletes are like Old Testament prophets illustrating via their performances the mysterious power of the spirit to will people 2 all kinds of success.
Athletes are notoriously superstitious, often attributing their success to good luck that comes from sticking to the same routine: wearing the same pair of college shorts under their game uniform, eating the same meal before every game, going through the exact same warm up routine, etc. Here is a list of athletes who had no problem attributing their success to their relationship with Jesus. Of course this is just my list; tell us in the comments below, who would make yours?
A preject is a person who has been rejected by one or both parents, and as a result lives with a cracked, broken or shattered soul. To cope with and compensate for the damage visited on
Kobe Bean Bryant is basketball's equivalent of an assassin. At least 41 times a year, on a well light corner of Figueroa Street in downtown Los Angeles, you can find the self-proclaimed black mamba poised to strike with speed and precision at game's end, sending visiting teams out of Staples Center snakebitten and twice shy. Perhaps that's why it's so hard for Mr. Bryant to get the benefit of the doubt in the national media afforded to his countepart atop the basketball tell, Lebron James. It's pretty hard to write something nice about a black snake.
But if ever there was a moment when Mr. Bryant deserved our sympathy it was in the shower at the
If you didn't know, I'm telling now before it becomes front page news, so you'll be in the know. Kevin Garnett is a preject.
You say, "What's a preject?"
A parental reject. Someone who has been rejected by one or both parents, and is living with a cracked, broken, or shattered soul. Kevin Garnett is a preject.
I've been walking with the Lord for 30 years, and it occurs to me that one thing I've never seen is a miraculous healing or move of God at a Christian entertainment venue...like at a church where the pastor's singing voice,
"Learn to do well; seek judgment, relieve the oppressed, judge the fatherless, plead for the widow." ~Isaiah 1:17 (KJV)
God is obssessed with underdogs. The oppressed, the widow, the orphan. So much so that He defines the true purpose of learning as becoming equipped to defend and deliver
According to Parable of the Sower you can be choked with the cares, riches
"In the 18th century and until 1 January 1980, Britain defined alcohol content in terms of