Erik Bradford
on 02/28/2018 at 03:36 am
Praise the Lord. I was here
Stefan de Beer
on 02/27/2018 at 08:49 pm
Heavenly Father, sometimes I trip and stumble, but through your grace I continue to grow and strengthen in You. Make me stronger in you, more disciplined, more controlled, fill me with a desire to run in Your Lane, and to keep going strongly with love for you my Saviour and daily joy, and fill me with love for everyone I encounter. Bless all my brothers who are seeking a stronger relationship with you. Strengthen us to be better men, husbands and fathers in the name of Jesus.
Boyce Moses
on 02/27/2018 at 03:45 pm
Father God, Lord of All, we come to You today to thank You for putting us in this race called life. From the instant You created us until we go to glory You are with us. When the running is smooth, there You are. When we’re running on the ruff ground, there You are. When we’re in a storm and the lighting is flashing , there You are. You will never leave us! With us until that greatest prize, life with Jesus. Amen
on 02/27/2018 at 12:10 pm
Very true! I saw a quote once by the hockey legend Wayne Gretzky that said “ You miss 100 percent of the shots you never take!” Sitting on the bench will not let you reach your full potential. I believe God gives us little, and sometimes big, signs to get us off the bench and in the game of reaching and helping and encouraging others for His glory.

DAY 58: It's Your Race to Run

Do you not know that those who run in a race all run, but only one receives the prize? Run in such a way that you may win.  ~ 1 Corinthians 9:24

There are no spectator ribbons in the Christian race. You don't get a prize for simply showing up a few Sundays out of the year.  

A spectator has never won a single race. You must put your feet on the track and run the race if you want to have a chance to complete even one lap.

Today, focus on the disciplines of love, service, and prayer. Focus on living with integrity at work.  Put in the effort, step onto the track, and fix your eyes on the finish line. Don't just show up... Intend to win.

What can you do to improve your chances of winning your race?