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- Focus On The Family
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Focus on the Family Broadcast
Focus on the Family is a half-hour daily dose of encouragement and advice for the family with Jim Daly and John Fuller. Focus on the Family began airing in 1977. It is now carried daily on 2,000 radio outlets in the United States and has become one of today's most recognized Christian radio programs.If busyness, exhaustion, and distraction have caused you and your spouse to d...Posted: March 5, 2021, 10:00 am
- Our Daily Bread
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Years ago my son Josh and I were making our way up a mountain trail when we spied a cloud of dust rising in the air. We crept forward and discovered a badger busy making a den in a dirt bank. He had his head and shoulders in the hole and was vigorously digging with his front paws and kicking the dirt out of the hole with his hind feet. He was so invested in his work he didn’t hear us.
I couldn’t resist and prodded him from behind with a long stick lying nearby. I didn’t hurt the badger, but he leaped straight up in the air and turned toward us. Josh and I set new world records for the hundred-yard dash.
I learned something from my brashness: Sometimes it’s best not to poke around in other people’s business.
That’s especially true in relationships with fellow believers in Jesus. The apostle Paul encouraged the Thessalonians to “make it your ambition to lead a quiet life: You should mind your own business and work with your hands” (1 Thessalonians 4:11). We pray for others and seek by God’s grace to share the Scriptures and occasionally we may be called on to offer a gentle word of correction. But learning to live a quiet life and not meddling into others’ is important. It becomes an example to those who are now outside God’s family (v. 12).
Our calling is to “love each other” (v. 9).Posted: March 6, 2021, 12:00 am
Mon/Wed/Sat 11pmTo support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/110/29 3659 Thomas Irvin Part 1 (Fatherlessness, Rage, Rebellion) When Thomas Irvin 12, he saw his mother talking to a man he had never seen before. When Thomas saw the conversation was getting heated, he grabbed his knife to defend his mom. He later found out the man was his father. The men who were present in Thomas’ life were alcoholics, deadbeats and abusers. This grew a deep-seated anger in him that took him on a relentless search for a true father figure.