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Everyday People

eBook (PDF), 84 Pages
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Doctors tell us most sports injuries occur in the first two weeks of preseason practice. Why? The athletes haven’t conditioned themselves by stretching and conditioning their bodies. The result? Pulled muscles, twisted ankles and a plethora of injuries due to stiff bodies that fail to stretch. The same is true spiritually. In our fast paced, activity cluttered world, we grow spiritually stiff. The result is weak faith, distance from God and relational injuries. God wants you healthy. That is why He challenges us by calling us to follow Him in ways that stretch and grow us. God delights in manifesting Himself through “Everyday People” like you and me, people who believe God is worthy of honor. Hebrews 11:6 says “And without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is and that He rewards those who seek Him.” Interact with stories of Everyday People and discover the Divine Story of God's Relentless Affection for... More > You.< Less
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Product Details

Publisher
FIrst Baptist Chuch Owasso
Published
1 October 2011
Language
English
Pages
84
File Format
PDF
File Size
362.29 KB
Product ID
17527920

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Printable? Yes
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