Quarterback Nick Holm eyes the competition as the Calvary Football Eagles defeat Somerset Academy 55-37
Its a new year, and a new opportunity to engage with Gods Word. We will finish the book of Luke in January, then, In February we will engage in 3 Bible Reading Plans that can also be found on YouVersion.(if you dont have the app, just click the image below to get it!) That will take us all the way to the beginning of Spring Football.
The instructions and calendar will give you the plan!
Perhaps the past three weeks provided you time and opportunity to hear God from a number of different sources and/or places in scripture.
Today begins our new reading schedule. The schedule will take us all the way up to Spring Ball 2014 (if you can believe that). We are going to read the Psalms. There are 150 Psalms. If we read one each day beginning today (Sunday December 1, 2013), we will read the last Psalm on April 29, 2014.
While Moses and Solomon were among the authors of the Psalms, 73 or more of these Hebrew poems/hymns were written by King David before and during his reign over Israel. For the most part the Psalms are songs of praise to God, and envision a time when everything and everyone will praise the Lord.