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Category Archives: Olympic Thoughts
When we sin, even when the price has been paid, even when the Lord has forgiven our sin, there are consequences, often tragic ones — and people remember…. Continue reading
If we are Christians, and especially if we have been Christians for a while, we shouldn’t need lessons on giving honour to others from a 19-year-old runner. Continue reading
For twenty-five laps around the track, almost half an hour, they ran their own race. The Eritreans took the lead, pushing the pace, but they stayed in the pack. An Ethiopian threw in a surge, then the Kenyans took the … Continue reading
So dominant was Brailsford’s squad in Beijing – seven gold medals from nine events – that the sport’s governing body rewrote the rules for London, scrapping events of British strength and limiting each country to one rider per event. There … Continue reading
“One minute, elation, the next minute, despair. What happened?” “Well, um, it was just, we, we didn’t change over in the right zone on the track. It’s really hard, when you’re going that speed, and I’m just focusing on Jess’s … Continue reading
The best you can hope for is that you’ll get caught before you get too far down that path. Then, if God is gracious enough to you to let someone catch you, all you’ll have to deal with is a whole lot of unpleasant consequences. If you don’t get caught, it will be even worse. Continue reading