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Christ is first and ALL. I've been on the field, Pro.  I've been behind the wall, Con.

Now I'm back from the grave of failure with #iCONVICTION (click above).


"depth of character determines length of influence"

 

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ENDURING FAITH
Tue, Apr 21st @ 6:30am
Matthew Maher presents Daily Dose: "Blessed is the man who remains steadfast under trial" (James 1:12).

Faithfulness always endures the conflict that comes to challenge it.
"i invite YOU in": BEE STILL or BEE STING?
Mon, Apr 20th @ 6:30am
I was recently “tweeted at” from 2 different students. Not only 2 different students, but students from 2 different schools. And not only 2 different schools; but 2 different climates that defined the culture in each of those schools.

You see, upon entering the one school I was personally greeted by the Superintendent, who sat with me for 30 minutes “shooting the breeze,” and even encouraged me to keep speaking out (though he had not heard the message yet). At the other school, I wasn’t met or greeted by anyone on staff. I was actually ignored until I asked if I could find my way to the auditorium to set up. And one thing I’ve learned from doing this on a daily basis is that the culture of any school starts at the top and flows downward....
ARISE and GO to the FATHER
Sun, Apr 19th @ 11:56pm
Matthew Maher presents Daily Dose: "I will arise and go to my father....And he arose and came to his father. But when he was still a great way off, his father saw him and had compassion, and ran and fell on his neck and kissed him" (Luke 15:18, 20).

Arise! You are never too far gone to be forgiven. Arise! You are never too lost to be found. Arise! You are never too low when you make up your mind to arise. For the Father will always receive you when you arise and go to the Father.
BUSIER than GOD
Sat, Apr 18th @ 6:30am
Matthew Maher presents Daily Dose: "Now in the morning, having risen a long while before daylight, He went out and departed to a solitary place; and there He prayed" (Mark 1:35).

Forget to pray today? Dag! You're busier than God, for even Jesus carved out time in His day to pray. It was how He downloaded His daily agenda. Let us do likewise to be wise