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He shouted it a second time.
It happened just after the end of the college football playoff game between Georgia and Oklahoma. As the two teams exited the field, after Georgia defeated Oklahoma in a thrilling double-overtime victory, one of the Georgia players spotted the Oklahoma quarterback and shouted those two words at him:
You never know what will grab someone’s heart.
Mosab Hassan Yousef grew up as a Muslim. From an early age, he studied the Quran, memorized its teachings, said the daily prayers, and followed the way of Islam as faithfully as he could. In that respect, he was like many other young men growing up in Palestinian towns in the West Bank, with one important exception.
His father was one of the founders of Hamas, the militant…Continue
“Prayer is not everything but everything is by prayer.” So said Ray Ortlund. All Christians would agree with that statement. No matter what our background, instinctively we know prayer is central to the Christian life.
We all know we ought to pray.
We all feel we should pray more than we do.
Life can change so quickly. The phone rings and a voice says, "I've got bad news." It could be anything:
The Scottish poet Robert Burns said it this way:
“Would some power give us the gift
To see ourselves as others see us!”
It’s a gift most of us need to receive more often. We all want to believe the best about ourselves. That’s natural, and it’s even healthy. But it’s also healthy to have someone hold the mirror in front of your face and say, “This is what you…Continue