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“Not Rushing Prayer”

Today on the show we shared devotionals from Our Daily Bread, Bible trivia, and we also participated in the National Week of Prayer and Praise.

Dylan’s devotional from Our Daily Bread is titled “Not Rushing Prayer”. You can find the link here

Jonathon’s devotional from Our Daily Bread is titled “Fueled By Fire”. You can find the link here

Q: Who is considered the 13th apostle to replace Judas Iscariot?

A: Matthias

Congratulations to Jeremiah of Mount Vernon for correctly guessing this weeks answer!

He will receive a $5 gift card to Everlasting Cup.

Thanks for listening!

-Dylan and Jonathon

Praise Thursday

It’s Praise Thursday today on the show!

Dylan and Jonathon read devotionals from Our Daily Bread.

Dylan’s devotional from Our Daily Bread is titled, “Gentle Speech.” You can find the link here.

Jonathon’s devotional from Our Daily Bread is titled, “Begin With The End.” You can find that link here.

Q: Who was the high priest of Jeruselum that put Jesus on trial?”

A: Caiaphas

Congrats to Molly of Mount Vernon for correctly guessing the answer and winning a $5 gift card to Everlasting Cup!

TODAYS SONFEST TRIVIA

The question was, “Which SonFest artist is signed to Reach Records?”

Today’s trivia was a stumper so make sure to tune in tomorrow for a chance at a family 4-pack of tickets to SonFest 2021!

Thanks for listening

Dylan and Jonathon

Heeding The Warnings

Today on the show, we had Praise Thursday and we shared some devotionals from Our Daily Bread.

Dylan’s devotional came from Dave Branon entitled “Heeding the Warnings”

Jonathon read from “The Baggage Activity” from Kirsten Holmberg

Q: In the Book of Acts, in what island did Paul find himself shipwrecked?

A: The Island of Malta

Congratulations to Stephanie of Mount Vernon for guessing our Bible trivia for this week. She wins our $5 Everlasting Cup gift card for the day.

Thanks for listening!

Dylan and Jon

Singing Over Us

Today is Praise Thursday! Today we talked about John 14:6 which says, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me”. Jesus tells us that he is the only way, good works alone will not get you there. This devotional was called “All Roads?” and you can read it by clicking HERE. In our second devotional we talked about how as God’s children redeemed by the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, sometimes we hard of hearing, unable, or perhaps unwilling, to tune our ears to the exuberant love God sings over us. Perhaps we might try to listen more closely to hear the joy ringing loudly in His voice. To read more from this devotion called “Singing Over Us” click HERE. Thank you Our Daily Bread for these awesome devotionals!

Q: To what city was Saul traveling when he encountered a great and blinding light?

A: Damascus

Congratulations to Dale of Centerburg for answering that question correctly, he won a $5 gift card to Everlasting Cup!

Thanks for listening!

Kelsi and Alyssa

Seeing and Flourishing

Today, I recapped the Mount Vernon Music and Arts Festival and previewed some other events coming in the near future like Student Move-In Day, the Fredericktown Tomato Show, and even Sonfest 2021!

Being a Monday, I also shared two devotionals from Our Daily Bread that you should take the time to read!

Read “Sight Unseen” from Tim Gustafson HERE

Read “Flourish Again” from Jennifer Benson Schuldt HERE

What is the most common order a backseat driver yells to a driver?
  1. Stop! 29
  2. Slow Down! 23
  3. Watch Out! 15
  4. Turn Here! 12
  5. Hurry Up! 8

Congratulations to Owen of Fredericktown for guessing the top two answers to earn a $5 gift card to Everlasting Cup!

Thanks for listening!

Jonathon

Praise God it’s almost Friday

On this very hot Praise Thursday we shared some uplifting devotionals from Our Daily Bread! Our first devotion is called “Failed Again”. In Galatians 3 it’s said that God continually supplies us with His Spirit and works powerfully through us as a free gift—not because we’ve done anything or deserve it. You don’t have to work for His grace—it’s free. To read more click HERE. In our second devotion called “Death Zone” we talked about being humble. If we’ve achieved some success, we may appropriately celebrate the accomplishment and accept congratulations, but we must keep moving. We’re in the death zone. Come down the mountain. Humbly serve others in the valley—asking God to guard your heart and your steps. To read the full devotional click HERE.

Q: What book of the Bible contains the Fruit of the Spirit?

A: Galatians

Congratulations to Stephanie of Mount Vernon for answering that question correctly, she won a $5 gift card to Everlasting Cup!

Thanks for listening

-Kelsi and Alyssa

You Are Not Forgotten

Today, I shared two devotionals from Our Daily Bread, a booklet that you can pick up at Big Blue this Friday for August First Friday!

Those devotionals can also be found on their website accordingly – “Who Needs Your Support?” and “Not Forgotten”

If you could miraculously become the boss at work, what’s the first thing you would do?
  1. Give Raises 42
  2. Fire People 23
  3. Take A Vacation 15
  4. Give Days Off 8
  5. Change Hours 3

Congratulations to Rhonda of Fredericktown for winning today’s $5 gift card to Everlasting Cup but correctly guessing the top two answers!

Thanks for listening!

Jonathon

Its Thursday, YAY!

Today on Praise Thursday we shared some amazing devotions from Our Daily Bread. The first one we shared was called “God’s Restoring Ways”. When we’ve hurt others or taken for granted God’s goodness in our life, it’s easy to assume we’ve forever marred the good gifts we’ve been given. But when we humbly turn to Him, we find His love is always reaching to embrace and restore. To read more click HERE. Our second devotional was called “The Baggage Activity”. Sometimes the burdens we carry make us feel like foreigners—alone and misunderstood—even among our peers. Read more HERE.

Q: What did Joseph do for the Pharaoh while he was in prison?

A: Interrupted dreams

Congratulations to Erika of Marengo for answering that question correctly, she won a $5 gift card to Everlasting Cup!

Navigating The Storms of Life

As we navigate life, there are often times when life gets so overwhelming we feel disoriented. In one of today’s devotionals called “Navigating the Storms of Life” we talked about this. When you’re feeling disoriented and lost, God’s faithful guidance through His Spirit and loving presence can comfort you and light your way. To read this devotional click HERE. Our other devotion was called “Not Taking Advantage”. The way we treat others reveals what we believe and value. When we choose to do good instead of harm, our actions might just prompt them to wonder about the God we know and love. To read this devotional for yourself click HERE.

Q: How many people boarded Noah’s Ark?

A: Eight

Congratulations to Pam of Fredericktown for answering that question correctly, she won a $5 gift card to Everlasting Cup!

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