November 30-Ownership

November 30-Ownership

November 30-Ownership 

Scripture Lesson: 1Samuel 12:16-25 

On this date in 2005 the Boston Red Sox petition a judge to keep the ball used to make the final out of the 2004 World Series. Former 1b Doug Mientkiewicz, who kept the ball after it was thrown to him by pitcher Keith Foulke for the last out, loaned the ball to the club ut continues to claim ownership of the ball which made the Red Sox World Champions for th first time in 86 years. 

Samuel is upset with the people of Israel for wanting a king. Even though it was a rejection of God as king, God will not reject His people like His people had rejected Him. God was pleased to make this people His own. Today if we have professed faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior then we too are God’s own people. No matter what we do God is always there for us for when we become a Christian we are never alone. We can run from God as hard as we want, but when we turn back to Him, He is always right there for us! It is indeed special to be God’s people.

1.      What does it mean to you to be God’s own?
2.      How should we live our daily lives to reflect His ownership in our lives?
3.      Praise Him today for wanting us to be His people!

Life will be much better for all of us when we realize our lives are not our own, they belong to God. We should live each day for Him!


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1. Elena wrote:
it depends on the pootiisn of the defender, with a defender behind you or beside you, usually you need to stretch it long, dribbling it farther away from you than you usually do, then run after it. i usually hit it with my upper outer part of my toes. look for ronaldhino videos during his prime at barcelonaif the opponent is in front of you, play it short, diagonally behind your marker making him/her backpedal and turn, if your faster than the defender you can still control the ball, watch how wingers play, it's what they do to get to the sides before crossing the ball

Fri, January 11, 2013 @ 6:34 PM

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