Tomorrow we head to Istanbul to start the second round of playoffs. We will get into Istanbul tomorrow morning and then will practice and have the rest of the day to relax.
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend :)
Hard to believe it is already April huh?? Time sure does fly :)
For the foolishness of God is wiser than man's wisdom, and the weakness of God is stronger than man's strength.— 1 Corinthians 1:25 (NIV)
Thoughts on Today's Verse...God's ultimate "foolishness" is his willingness to use the cross to bring others to him. At first glance, the cross is a hideous and horrible tool. In our human wisdom, we could never visualize using a man crucified as criminal scum to capture the hearts of the world. But God does. The cross transcends cultural boundaries, overcomes language barriers, and reaches across racial differences. The cross is God's demonstration of foolishness and weakness, and through it he conquers death and brings our hearts to him.
My Utmost For His Highest:
We should take a look at our current circumstances. Do crises which affect us or others in our home, business, country, or elsewhere, seem to be crushing in on us? Are we being pushed out of the presence of God and left with no time for worship? If so, we must put a stop to such distractions and get into such a living relationship with God that our relationship with others is maintained through the work of intercession, where God works His miracles.
Our Daily Bread:
While receiving spiritual food from preachers and teachers is good, spiritual growth and survival also depend on knowing how to feed ourselves.
You’ve given us Your Spirit, Lord,
To help us grow, mature, and learn,
To teach us from Your written Word,
So truth from error we’ll discern. —Sper
Spiritual growth requires the solid food of God’s Word.