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What Day Is It?

The Burning Question:

It’s National Cherish an Antique Day. What antique do you cherish?

Morning Devotional:

I am normally not a basketball fan but I admittedly got caught up in the excitement of the NCAA women’s basketball season this year. With all of the achievements of this year’s players, it was honestly hard to stay away. I’ve never been active in sports but I do appreciate the hard work that athletes put into their game – not only physically, but mentally.

Athletes in particular understand the connection between their thought life and their performance. They use visualization to help strengthen and cement key skills such as a free throw, a golf swing, a certain pitch, or whatever technique requires improvement. A dedicated athlete understands that thoughts and actions are interconnected, and a positive thought will bring forth a desired action. 

This concept is really not surprising to me at all. In fact, I find it quite scriptural. Why do you think the Lord tells us in Proverbs chapter two to seek out His wisdom? He wants us to fill our thoughts with His truth so that we can call on it when we need it. It’s only by knowing His Word  and taking our thoughts captive to His word where the victory is truly won.

– Beth

Bible Quiz:

Question:  What ungodly ruler in the New Testament was struck down by an angel?

Answer:  Herod  (Acts 12:23)

Storytime: Sickness after Sickness after Sickness!

Just one more thing!

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