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Friday March 21

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If you missed today’s Bible or Not, please find the phrases and answers below.

“What shall befall me in the pursuance of this work, I refer to the disposal of Almighty God, whose glory is dearer to me, not only than my liberty, but than my life.” John Biddle

“Sometime I lie awake at night and ask why me? Then a voice answers nothing personal, your name just happened to come up.” Charles M. Schultz

“When you pray for anyone you tend to modify your personal attitude toward him.” Norman Vincent Peale

“We owe a lot to Thomas Edison – if it wasn’t for him, we’d be watching television by candlelight.” Milton Berle

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” John Quincy Adams

“Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.” Martin Luther King Jr.

 

Thursday March 20

With the price of food and gas going up, we want to bring attention the items that cost less these days. For example, taking a picture and getting it developed. Here’s what some of the Family Life Radio staff had to say…

 

Wednesday March 19

Family Life Radio listeners chimed in on the subject of unspoken rules of life. Here’s an example, don’t touch a pregnant woman’s belly without permission. Our colleagues chimed in…

 

Tuesday March 18

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Growing up, what did you want to be? Casting Crowns Lead Singer Mark Hall tells us how he was led to what he does today.

 

Monday March 17

Name the greatest thing about marriage no one ever told you. Family Life Radio member Jason says “When life happens, the growth we experience as a team is priceless.” Here are some of our colleagues sharing their story.

Peter & Shannyn – Friday, March 21

It’s National Puppy Day!  This morning Marion Wells joined us to talk about her new book, Dogs To the Rescue.

Peter & Shannyn – Tuesday, March 18

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Here’s the “Homemade Deodorant” recipe that Shannyn found on Pinterest.

 

Deodorant

Peter & Shannyn – Monday, March 17

Thomas O’Loughlin, a professor of Historical Theology at the University of Nottingham, separates the truth from the myths about St. Patrick.

Verse of the Day

“…but the meek will inherit the land & enjoy peace & prosperity. ~ Psalm 37:11

Billy Graham

Dr. Billy Graham on our spiritual battle.

The REAL St. Patrick

St. Patrick was not Irish.  History tells us he was most likely from Wales or Scotland.  Taken prisoner when he was 16 years old, God spoke to him in a vision.  He escaped & walked more than 200 miles to the coast, where he got on a passing ship.
When he got back home, God spoke again, this time telling him to return to Ireland as a missionary.  You may have heard that he drove the snakes from Ireland.  That is just legend, but St. Patrick DID help start over 300 churches, baptize more than 120,000 people, & re-evangelize Europe.  In some of his writings, St. Patrick echoed the words of the prophet Hosea, who said…

Those who are not my people I will call my people, & those not beloved I will call my beloved, and in the very place it was said to them, You are not My People, they will be called Sons of God.

A Year with Aslan from The Silver Chair

There are some folks who just tend to look on the down side – even after meeting Jesus. In today’s devotion we meet Puddleglum. Jill & Eustace have just met these strangers who’ve invited them to a place called Harfang. The kids can’t wait to go, but Puddleglum keeps warning them, saying ..

What would you find if you lifted up the visor of their helmet.  How about skeleton, or nothing at all? What if there’s someone invisible?”

The kids ignore him & go on, but that decision doesn’t necessarily lead them to happiness.
Most of us don’t want to be seen as the Puddleglum – but we also must remember that God has allowed all kinds of people into our lives, & there’s something we can learn from all of them.

God’s Children

Two young brothers were signing up for Sunday School one day. The teacher asked the boys their birthdays, & the older one said “Mine is April 8, 1976 – & my brother’s is April 20, 1976.” The teacher said “That’s impossible.” The older one says “No it isn’t.  One of us is adopted.” When the teacher asked which one, the boy said “We asked Dad a while a go, but he just says he loves us both & doesn’t remember which one was adopted.”

Quotes

The church should be without wrinkle.  To get the wrinkles out of a sack, you fill it – but to get wrinkles out of a rug, you’ve got to lay it down & walk on it.  Sometimes God makes us into his image by filling us up, & sometimes by laying us down & allowing the world to walk on us.“ ~ A.W. Tozer, Men Who Met God

Sharing the message is part of our life’s mission.  Just like a soldier is never sent out by himself, God never meant for us to do our mission alone.  In John 13, Jesus tells us our love for each other proves to the world that we’re His disciples.  & Paul tells the Philippian church “I will know you stand firm in 1 Spirit, striving together for the faith of the gospel.” ~ Pastor Rick Warren, Daily Hope

“When God says “Always”, he means “Always.”  In Matthew 6, Jesus says Who of you by worrying can add a single hour to his life?” & he goes on to tell us he will always come through for us, & give us everything we need, if we seek His kingdom first.” ~ Daily Walk Devotion, Intentional Living Center

I can no more understand all the complexities of God than the pancake I made for breakfast can understand me.” ~ Donald Miller, Blue Like Jazz

“If you see only what he’s done for you, your God isn’t big enough.  But when you see him as he really is, experience can come & go & yet you will endure.  You can’t bring your friend to the point of seeing.  God has to do it.  But you have to tell them, even if they don’t believe.” ~ Oswald Chambers, My Utmost for His Highest

“Freedom in Christ is the harder way.  It’s relatively easy not to murder, but hard to reach out in love.  Easy to avoid coveting your neighbor’s wife, but hard to keep a marriage alive.  Easy to pay taxes, hard to serve the poor.  When living in freedom, I have to remain open to the Spirit for guidance – not hide behind comparisons with other Christians.” ~ Philip Yancey, What’s So Amazing About Grace?

Scriptures 

Matthew 14:22-34

1 John 3

Romans 8:16-17

 

Peter & Shannyn – Tuesday, March 11

Josh Wilson stopped by this morning to talk about his music, what he gives up for Lent, & his latest tour with Steven Curtis Chapman.

Peter & Shannyn – Thursday, March 13

Josh Havens with the group The Afters stops by to talk about the Glorious Unfolding Tour with Steven Curtis Chapman, as well as the band’s name, & how it never would have happened without coffee!

Winter Jam Webcast

If you missed Winter Jam this year, you can watch it live online this Saturday FREE!  It begins at 5pm EDT.  Click here to find out more.

Friday March 14

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“We are never so defenseless against suffering as when we love.” Sigmund Freud

“Either you’re the one erasing or you’re the one being erased.” Jim Carrey

“No one is free, even the birds are chained to the sky.” Bob Dylan

“Laws are like sausages, it is better not to see them being made.” Otto von Bismarck

“Because he turned his ear to me, I will call on him as long as I live.” Psalm 116:2

“He dares to be a fool, and that is the first step in the direction of wisdom.” James Huneker

 

Thursday March 13

What did you learn only after having a child? Family Life Radio member Shellie says that each and every stage has pros and cons. Enjoy every stage! Don’t wish for the next one. Some of our colleagues share their stories.

 

Wednesday March 12

How did you meet your spouse? Family Life Radio member Eugene says they first met in kindergarten, a second time at a job and then again in college. After 22 years of “chance” meetings, we were married. Only 11 months after our first date. We’re still married, 18 years later.

 

Tuesday March 11

Radio Twitter is where you answer the question “What are you doing right now?” Just like Twitter limits “tweets” to 140 characters or less, Radio Twitter is 15 words or less.

 

Monday March 10

Family Life Radio member Sarah says she first realized she was a “grown up” when she opened her mouth and her mom came out. Family Life Radio staff also weighed in…