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  • Bible Study: Back in the game

    Date posted: 29/11/2016
    Bible Study: Back in the game

    It’s tough for us as sportspeople to accept that when it comes to salvation it’s not about our performance. We’re so used to life being dependent on our abilities and what we achieve that deep down we struggle to change this mindset. However, salvation is all about what God does...

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  • Bible Study: Our response

    Date posted: 29/11/2016
    Bible Study: Our response

    There’s a common idea today that faith is the opposite of thinking; often faith is defined as something like ‘believing in spite of evidence to the contrary’. However, this is not the meaning of faith in the Bible. In the New Testament the Greek verb for faith was sometimes used...

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  • Bible Study: The cross

    Date posted: 29/11/2016
    Bible Study: The cross

    God in His love has shown incredible mercy. He has sent His Son Jesus Christ into the world, who lived the life that we should live, and willingly died the death we all deserve to die by being put to death on the cross. As Jesus did this one act, he paid the full price for sin and satisfied...

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  • Bible Study: The fitness test

    Date posted: 29/11/2016
    Bible Study: The fitness test

    No one likes being tested, and there are few things that sportspeople like less than fitness testing, whether its the bleep test, a 5000m Erg’ or the embarrassment of a rugby player getting their Body Mass Index! But without proper evaluation you don’t know how fit you really are and...

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  • Bible Study: The red card

    Date posted: 29/11/2016
    Bible Study: The red card

    As sportspeople, our relationship with referees is mixed. On one hand we want them to punish fouls, otherwise we get annoyed at the injustice and the game quickly falls apart, but on the other hand when we get penalised we are often the first to moan and plead our innocence.

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