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Category Archives: The 9-12 Project
Day 21 Courage. The Bible says some form of the following 366 times: Do not be afraid. I think God did that on purpose so there was one for every day of the year, and one for Leap Year too. … Continue reading
Day 20 Generosity. I know what you’re thinking: Money. Ha. Ha. That’s always what we think of when the word generosity comes up. We think of tithing… that 10 percent we feel guilty about for not giving. But generosity, true … Continue reading
Day 19 Joy. Not many of us talk about joy these days. If anything we talk about happiness. Joy seems so much farther out there than happiness, and if we can’t even get to happiness, what chance do we have … Continue reading
Day 17 Love. “In the end three things will last, faith, hope, and love. And the greatest of these is love.” If you haven’t read 1 Corinthians 13 in awhile, now might be a good time to do it. This … Continue reading
Day 16 Value #4. Trust. We talked about trust on Day 5, but by now, it probably means something even more to you. For me, as I made this walk, I began to see trust in very different ways. At … Continue reading
Day 14 Value # 2. Humility. Most of us don’t like that word. Humility. The world has told us to be humble and modest and then taught us to be anything but. In fact, most of us think that being … Continue reading
Day 13 Today we shift from principles to values. The next nine days you will be challenged to integrate these values into your being. Please remember that God does not call us to what we think we can do. He … Continue reading
Day 12 I choose freedom. What would you do if you believed you could not fail? What cliff are you standing on that you refuse to jump from because you don’t know how it will all turn out and you … Continue reading
Day 11 I choose healing. The woman was desperate. She had been bleeding for 12 years. She could not enter society. She could not be around anyone. She was tired and frightened; hurting and alone. And she made a decision—a … Continue reading