Day 196 Today’s Reading: 1 Timothy 6 There’s a word in the game of football that keeps enduring—Hut! An article in The New York Times pondered why this word keeps hanging around: It is easily the most audible word in any football game, a throaty grunt that may be the sport’s most distinguishing sound. Hut!
Day 195 Today’s Reading: 1 Timothy 5 A truck driver had been hired to deliver fifty penguins to the state zoo. As he was driving his truck through the desert, his truck broke down. Three hours passed, and he began to wonder if his cargo would survive in the desert heat. Finally he was able
Day 194 Today’s Reading: 1 Timothy 4 How long does it take to become an expert in something? In the Development of Talent Project, Dr. Benjamin Bloom of Northwestern University studied the careers of world-class sculptors, pianists, chess masters, tennis players, swimmers, mathematicians, and neurologists. Across the board, he discovered that it takes between ten
Day 193 Today’s Reading: 1 Timothy 3 One of the toughest tasks for a church is choosing a pastor. One church was in this painful process, as the board kept rejecting applicant after applicant. Finally, frustrated with the board’s No one is good enough attitude, one of the members submitted a bogus application to see
Day 192 Today’s Reading: 1 Timothy 2 I want to help you get involved in politics. I knew that would get your attention. When it comes to being a Republican or a Democrat, let’s be careful before labeling ourselves. I am of the school of C. S. Lewis, who said these important words about politics: