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Be Diligent

The foundation of our diligence is not in the motivation, nor is it in the act of discipline. The foundation of our diligence is His grace. Continue reading

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Look Up!

Look up! There is more to see than just the trees. Look up! There is glory all around you. Look up! Fix your eyes on Christ. Look up!
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Keep Calm and Glorify God

Some thoughts on giving God the glory in victory and defeat. Continue reading

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Running for the Prize

Exercise and dieting won’t add one single minute to the time that God has allotted for you. But when you train yourself up in godliness you are making an investment that benefits you in this life and in the life to come.
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While I was talking to God…

Let your acts of prayer, charity, and dedication be done in secret. Let it be the quiet, intimate time with God that sustains you through the day. Continue reading

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What an indocile…

“But I discipline my body and keep it under control, lest after preaching to others I myself should be disqualified.” (1 Corinthians 9:27 ESV) I haven’t been running since February. I have a list of excuses, but that’s all they … Continue reading

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Running Man

I used to be a runner. A devotion on running, treadmills, and spiritual monotony. Continue reading

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