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|Weekly devotional and church listing: Jan. 6, 2011|
By ANDY GRANT
In any sporting event there is going to be an out of bounds marker representing a stop in play.
I can remember, back in the 60's, a football game that was won by a mere few inches. One of the opposing runners has a clear shot at our goal line and if he had crossed it, his team would have won the game. The problem was that he was so close to the sideline that he actually stepped over the out of bounds line and the play fell short, insuring our team victory.
In today's life many of us continue to practice what we are doing even though we may be stepping outside of God's boundaries. Actually, we probably do not relate to these boundaries because we are so filled with worldly desires and needs that we sometimes forget or avoid what God is telling us to do.
In this game of life, we as Christians should be fully aware that people are watching our every move. They are hoping to catch us in places we shouldn't be or in situations we don't need to be in.
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