At our staff meeting last week, Adrie shared a moving story about two people who were on absolute opposite ends of an issue, and even though they considered the other an enemy, found a way to reach out to each other over a cup of coffee.
We’ve been working through the Old Testament looking for the New Testament Jesus 100’s even 1,000’s of years before He was born. They’re all great stories on their own, but they absolutely paint a picture of who Jesus will be and what he’ll do for those who believe. Jesus claimed that the entire Old Testament pointed to Him (Luke 24:27; John 5:46). Since the Book of Daniel is a part of the OT, let’s take a look to see how it points to Jesus.
1 Samuel 7:12 it says "Then Samuel took a stone and set it up
2020 was a year that many people developed heart issues due to COVID-19.
A great reminder of God's love for us.
We all could use a helping hand from time to time.
A blog I read (listed below) talks about how life can be really hard sometimes and that in the Bible, ashes symbolize deep repentance and grief. There’s plenty of examples in the Bible about God’s people who experience hardship, yet God redeems their experiences (i.e., Job, Daniel, etc.).
In the book of Philippians, the Apostle Paul writes, “I can do all things through Him who strengthens me.” What an inspirational and encouraging text.
On Monday night, Yankton Fire and Yankton Police did their annual Battle of the Badges. With the Pizza Ranch wing launch set for February first it was only fitting for the Yankton Pizza Ranch host the two departments to put our wings to the test.
A bit of encouragement today in a world so divided, Romans 12 reminds us to: 9 Hate what is evil
I don't know about you, but the last few weeks have felt like a grind. Maybe it is the post holiday blues, or my fading New Year's resolutions, or maybe the winter snow that keeps falling. Either way I have been feeling down. A book I've recently finished, In a Pit with a Lion on a Snowy Day, has challenged me in many ways to reframe the way I think about life.
Take 3 minutes this morning and slowly read through Psalm 74, pondering all the events of the last year. Amazing how, even thousands of years…