February 5, 2015

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Thus the Israelites left Egypt like an army ready for battle.

~Exodus 13:18, NLT


Do you believe in miracles?

~Al Michaels [1980 Winter Olympics]

my thoughts red

The Soviet Union won the Olympic Hockey championship from 1954 to 1980. They were all professional soldiers/hockey players. They practiced 365 days a year but were on the army payroll which of course made them illegal because in those days Olympians were supposed to be amateurs {O for the good old days}. In 1979 the Soviet team beat the NHL all stars. The 1980 US Hockey teams was made up of college kids in their teens and twenties. No one gave them a chance.

There is a greater miracle recorded in the Old Testament. Moses lead 2,000,000 plus Israelites through a wilderness that is hard on rattle snakes. I want you to get a picture of this in your mind. Marching in columns with 50 per row, the Israelites were spread over 25 miles. If you had put them in box cars, it would have taken 200 trains all pulling 100 cars. To top that, God forced them to spend 40 years in the wilderness due to their disobedience and during that time, they ate 9 billion gallons of manna. No one died from the trip. No one died of starvation or heat exhaustion: they died from disobedience, otherwise Moses would have lead this horde through a snake infested wilderness into a land of promise. Miracles happen all the time, we simply don’t recognize them. No one in history; no one living today can explain how Moses and the Israelites survived other than giving God the glory for a miracle.

Revival Strip

  • Today we pray for those having TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS. I think Kane has a chemo treatment today at 11:00.
  • Tom Bennich coming Sunday. Mission Offering goes to Disaster Relief. Johnny Burnett is our rep.
  • GOLDEN GIRLS Saturday.
  • The group below had a name: Can you tell me their name without Google?
Name this Country Music Super Group

Name this Country Music Super Group


One Response to “Miracles”

  1. The Highway Men: (left to right) Chris Christopherson, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, and Willie Nelson.

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