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Christian talk radio with Ron Brown and Mike Bliss

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January 11

Epitaph

In 2nd Samuel 18, Joab disobeys David and kills his son Absalom. Joab throws Absalom in a pit and piles a large heap of rocks over him. If Absalom and Joab had an epitaph written about them, it would probably state that they were rebellious and disobedient. As believers in Jesus Christ, we have the opportunity to live out the calling in our life. What would people put on your tombstone? As long as we have breath, we still have a chance to recalibrate our lives for maximum Kingdom impact.

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About Alive and Active

Each week on Alive and Active, Ron Brown and Mike Bliss dive into Scripture with real life discussion and life applications of Biblical precepts for men today. Ron Brown is a thirty-two year veteran college football coach. He is well known in Nebraska for leading and challenging men to live all out for Jesus Christ. Co-host Mike Bliss has ministered to Nebraska men with Ron Brown for years. The Alive and Active radio program is a result of Ron and Mike’s desire to reach the state of Nebraska for the Gospel challenging men to “get off the bench and into the game for Jesus Christ!”

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Game Changer

John the Baptist was a game changer in the culture and people noticed him and felt him. John maximized his time on earth because he knew his role that the Lord had given him. As Christians, we must bloom where we are planted onto the glory of the Lord and we must be a game changer in the culture and rely on the Holy Spirit.

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February 22

The Line of Scrimmage

In John 11, John the Baptist was fearful yet Jesus encouraged him so that he wouldn't fall away. John was in the midst of extreme opposition and even though he was wavering, Jesus praised John. How do you handle the intense line of scrimmage type battles in life? Ephesians 6 tells us how we should prepare for the spiritual battles that we will face and how we need the Word of God and pray to help lead us.

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February 15

The Comeback King

In 2nd Samuel 19, David gets up and takes his seat in the gateway. David showed great resiliency after getting kicked out as king. At times, we've all blown it in life and we've all sinned and missed opportunities to follow the Lord. However, God is for us and we can go to the Lord with wisdom and get back in the paint with Him. Be a comeback king and get off the floor, just like David it did.

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February 8

Quitting Before You Quit

Colossians 3:23 says "Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not human masters." In Super Bowl 27, the Dallas Cowboys were crushing the Buffalo bills, and the game was almost over. The Bills quarterback fumbled the ball and a Dallas Cowboys defender, Leon Lett, picked up the ball and ran it almost 60 yards to the end zone. Buffalo Bills wide receiver Don Beebe sprinted and knocked the ball out of Leon Letts hands right at the goal line, which prevented a Dallas touchdown. Don had the right attitude in Christ and he knew that God had called him to maximize his ability and talent and he was working for the Lord and honoring him with his play. We too can work heartily for the Lord, no matter the situation.

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February 1

If You are Still Lying on the Floor, That's on You

In 1st Samuel 19, Joab tells David the hard message that he needs to get up and stop sulking over the death of his son Absalom. David responds by getting up and getting back into the game. When life hits us hard, we have to immediately go to the Lord, get off the floor, and live the resurrected life that He gives.

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