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Singing the Anthem


I’ve always thought that the Star Spangled Banner was a poor choice for our national song.  It is very militaristic for one thing.  For another, it is very difficult to sing.  I would much prefer America. But since I don’t think there will be a change in my lifetime, I have fun by watching the rendition before ball games and other events and seeing how it is done and whether the singer makes it all the way through it without an error.  Or adding horrible extra notes.  (And I don’t blame Beyoncé for lip-synching at the Inauguration.  She was singing outdoors with the band on a totally different level of the platform.  Besides, she totally nailed it live at the Super Bowl.)  But watching and listening is a spot in itself.

We went to the Brockton Rox opening game a few weeks ago.  (They play in a Futures League.)  An…

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Freedom in Christ

S.P.I.R.I.T Ministries

We are born sinners, therefore we have a decision to make. Do we continue to live in bondage, or do we step out in faith accepting Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior? With Jesus we can experience true spiritual freedom, we don’t have to be a slave to sin. This is an imperative decision for all, the choice is yours.

It was for freedom that Christ set us free; therefore keep standing firm and do not be subject again to a yoke of slavery. Galatians 5:1. Devotion from Daily in Christ: There is always a price to pay for freedom, and the moment we take our freedom for granted, we run the risk of losing it. Freedom in Christ from our sinful nature and the God of this world is the inheritance of every believer.

Christ has set you free through His victory over sin and death on the cross…

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