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    The Real Champion 🏆
MJFC class of 2008. 
The winner never quit 💪
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Bahagia itu sederhana. Main menang. Juara 😍 
#mjfcU11 #thechampion #thedreamteam

    The Real Champion 🏆
    MJFC class of 2008.
    The winner never quit 💪
    .
    Bahagia itu sederhana. Main menang. Juara 😍
    #mjfcU11 #thechampion #thedreamteam

    19 0 4 hours ago
    Another clean install of a new Champion system and custom installation of a utility sink!

    Another clean install of a new Champion system and custom installation of a utility sink!

    7 1 24 August, 2019

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    Daily Devotion: Victory Parade⁣
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The Bible in One Year: Psalms 18–19; Acts 20:17–38⁣
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Today's Bible Reading: 2 Corinthians 2:14–17⁣
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But thanks be to God, who always leads us as captives in Christ’s triumphal procession. 2 Corinthians 2:14⁣
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In 2016 when the Chicago Cubs baseball team won the World Series for the first time in more than a century, some sources said that five million people lined the parade route and gathered at a downtown rally to celebrate the championship.⁣
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Victory parades are not a modern invention. A famous ancient parade was the Roman Triumph, in which victorious generals led a procession of their armies and captives through crowded streets.⁣
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Such parade imagery was likely in Paul’s mind when he wrote to the Corinthian church thanking God for leading believers “as captives in Christ’s triumphal procession” (2 Corinthians 2:14). I find it fascinating that in this imagery, followers of Christ are the captives. However, as believers we’re not forced to participate, but are willing “captives,” willingly part of the parade led by the victorious, resurrected Christ. As Christians, we celebrate that through Christ’s victory, He’s building His kingdom and the gates of hell will not prevail against it (Matthew 16:18).⁣
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When we talk about Jesus’s victory on the cross and the freedom it gives believers, we help spread the “aroma of the knowledge of him everywhere” (2 Corinthians 2:14). And whether people find the aroma to be the pleasing reassurance of salvation or the odor of their defeat, this unseen but powerful fragrance is present everywhere we go.⁣
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As we follow Christ, we declare His resurrection victory, the victory that makes salvation available to the world.⁣
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—LISA M. SAMRA⁣
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What does Jesus’s victory on the cross mean to you? How are you living out the power of His resurrection?⁣
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Jesus is our victorious King.⁣
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#ourdailybread #jesusisking #victoryparade #thechampion #thechampishere #dailydevotional #dailydevotionalreading #dailydevotionals #verseoftheday #dailybibleverse #bible #dailyquotes #dailyinspiration #dailydevotion #trustgod #godsplan #godfirst #dailyscripture #devotiontime #devotionoftheday #christianwalk

    Daily Devotion: Victory Parade⁣

    The Bible in One Year: Psalms 18–19; Acts 20:17–38⁣

    Today's Bible Reading: 2 Corinthians 2:14–17⁣

    But thanks be to God, who always leads us as captives in Christ’s triumphal procession. 2 Corinthians 2:14⁣

    In 2016 when the Chicago Cubs baseball team won the World Series for the first time in more than a century, some sources said that five million people lined the parade route and gathered at a downtown rally to celebrate the championship.⁣

    Victory parades are not a modern invention. A famous ancient parade was the Roman Triumph, in which victorious generals led a procession of their armies and captives through crowded streets.⁣

    Such parade imagery was likely in Paul’s mind when he wrote to the Corinthian church thanking God for leading believers “as captives in Christ’s triumphal procession” (2 Corinthians 2:14). I find it fascinating that in this imagery, followers of Christ are the captives. However, as believers we’re not forced to participate, but are willing “captives,” willingly part of the parade led by the victorious, resurrected Christ. As Christians, we celebrate that through Christ’s victory, He’s building His kingdom and the gates of hell will not prevail against it (Matthew 16:18).⁣

    When we talk about Jesus’s victory on the cross and the freedom it gives believers, we help spread the “aroma of the knowledge of him everywhere” (2 Corinthians 2:14). And whether people find the aroma to be the pleasing reassurance of salvation or the odor of their defeat, this unseen but powerful fragrance is present everywhere we go.⁣

    As we follow Christ, we declare His resurrection victory, the victory that makes salvation available to the world.⁣

    —LISA M. SAMRA⁣

    What does Jesus’s victory on the cross mean to you? How are you living out the power of His resurrection?⁣

    Jesus is our victorious King.⁣


    #ourdailybread #jesusisking #victoryparade #thechampion #thechampishere #dailydevotional #dailydevotionalreading #dailydevotionals #verseoftheday #dailybibleverse #bible #dailyquotes #dailyinspiration #dailydevotion #trustgod #godsplan #godfirst #dailyscripture #devotiontime #devotionoftheday #christianwalk

    12,826 301 17 July, 2019
    How about I sing and you do the rap on #TheChampion with me live on the #CryPrettyTour360? Let’s honor your inspirations together in a city near you Details:  www.CarrieUnderwood.fm/championcontest

    How about I sing and you do the rap on #TheChampion with me live on the #CryPrettyTour360? Let’s honor your inspirations together in a city near you Details:  www.CarrieUnderwood.fm/championcontest

    61,452 1,684 24 April, 2019