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There are plenty of devotionals out there that do a great job in growing you in your faith. And there a quite a few out there that are backwards and will only confuse you on your faith journey. And then there are these, devotional ideas so bad, they're a list of jokes:
Some Men's Battle, but Not Others
Mild at Heart
My Utmost for His Fly-est
Keep a Quiet Fart
Search my Heart, O God (Just not my Closet)
Everyday a Monday
Your Best Death Now
Cure for the Common Wife
Sorta Like Jesus
The 5 Lust Languages
The Original Old Testament: It's all Greek to Me!
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How many of these did you say in church as a kid? And how many times did yo mama slap you on the back of the head for being a smart alec?
"Why is okay for Jesus to drink wine but not me?"
"We had Easter eggs in Sunday school, but instead of candy, they had stupid object lessons in them."
"I don't think that church dress fits you anymore."
"Why do we have to give God money? I could buy a new video game with that! God doesn't even PLAY video games!"
"So God can take a day off, but I can't?"
"Can I bring my Game Boy to church?"
"Why do I have to go to church to worship God? Isn't God everywhere?!"
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Who doesn't love to learn new things? Well, we all know that it doesn't matter how many times you pick up the Bible, we can always find something new to us inside those pages! Here are 7 things about the Bible that you might not know!
1. God May Have Set the Pace for the Workday Starting at 9:00 a.m.
One of the questions scholars and historians alike have been trying to answer for centuries is just when was Adam created? Through studying the Biblical text and calculations, in 1650, Archbishop James Ussher calculated that the world was created at about 4004 B.C. A few years later, a man named John Lightfoot calculated that Adam was created on October 23rd at 9:00 a.m. How he came to that exact conclusion, we can't be sure, but if he's correct, it would mean that God might have been the first to adhere to the 9-to-5 work day that we're accustomed to today!
2. The Waters were Parted Three Separate Times in the Bible
Of course we all know the story of Moses parting the Red Sea to scare the crap out of some fis-um, I mean, to lead the Israelites out of captivity, but did you know that there are two other times in the Bible when waters were split so someone could cross? In fact, both instances occurred at the Jordan River. The first time the Jordan was separated was for Joshua to lead the Israelites to the Promised Land, after 40 years of wandering in the desert. That's right, the journey of the Israelites started and also ended with the parting of water! The second time the Jordan was parted occurred when Elijah and Elisha needed to cross.