Category: Health and Fitness

blog posts about health and fitness

Smart Koko embark on bigger is better promotion

Customers of smart koko will be enjoying extra free volume of smart koko as the company launches its ‘bigger is better’ promotion. Launching the campaign in Accra, the sales and marketing manager of smart koko Mr. Fifi Ofoe explained that the vision and mission of smart koko is to provide Ghanaians with high quality breakfast […]

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THE BREATH OF LIFE

THE BREATH OF LIFE April 3, 2019 | Genesis 2:4–23 DEVOTIONS This Month’s Issue Cardiac Pulmonary Resuscitation, better known as CPR, dates to 1740 when the Paris Academy of Sciences officially recommended a mouth-to-mouth method of resuscitation for victims of drowning. But it did not gain popularity in the United States until endorsed by the […]

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PASSING OVER DEATH

  PASSING OVER DEATH March 30, 2019 | 2 Chronicles 35 DEVOTIONS This Month’s Issue In the eighteenth year of Josiah’s reign, Israel recovered the Law of the Lord and reestablished biblical authority throughout the kingdom. They reinstituted the Passover in such a way that it surpassed any Passover celebration in hundreds of years (v. […]

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SUPPORTING THE PRIESTHOOD OF GOD

SUPPORTING THE PRIESTHOOD OF GOD March 26, 2019 | 2 Chronicles 31 DEVOTIONS This Month’s Issue Even in the most affluent congregations in America, there appears to be little sacrificial giving. Statistics in 2018 report that on average believers gave 2.5 percent of their annual income to the church. As John Piper has noted, “The […]

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THE REFUGEES OF JUDAH

THE REFUGEES OF JUDAH March 23, 2019 | 2 Chronicles 28 DEVOTIONS This Month’s Issue In their book Seeking Refuge: On the Shores of the Global Refugee Crisis, Stephan Bauman, Matthew Soerens, and Issam Smeir write: “The question of refugees—and refugee resettlement, in particular—has divided the church as well. Many Christians feel torn between the […]

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A PATH TO LEPROSY

A PATH TO LEPROSY March 21, 2019 | 2 Chronicles 26 DEVOTIONS This Month’s Issue When playing with tools in his father’s workshop at age 3, Louis Braille was struck in the eye by a piece of metal. The injury blinded him, and a subsequent infection took the sight of his other eye. His parents […]

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MATURE FAITH DOES NOT PURSUE WORLDLINESS

MATURE FAITH DOES NOT PURSUE WORLDLINESS March 19, 2019 | James 4:4–6 DEVOTIONS This Month’s Issue “What a friend we have in Jesus,” a classic hymn rejoices, “all our sins and griefs to bear! What a privilege to carry everything to God in prayer! Oh, what peace we often forfeit, oh, what needless pain we […]

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MATURE FAITH SUBMITS HUMBLY TO GOD

MATURE FAITH SUBMITS HUMBLY TO GOD March 18, 2019 | James 4:7–10 DEVOTIONS This Month’s Issue The narrative climax in John Milton’s Paradise Lost is the choice made first by Eve and then by Adam to give in to the serpent’s temptation and disobey God. In Milton’s Paradise Regained, the story’s climax is Jesus’ perfect […]

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MATURE FAITH DOES NOT PURSUE SELFISH PLEASURES

MATURE FAITH DOES NOT PURSUE SELFISH PLEASURES February 17, 2019 | James 4:1–3 DEVOTIONS This Month’s Issue The first sermon in American history was preached at Plymouth, Mass., on December 9, 1621 by Robert Cushman, a deacon and Puritan leader. His text was 1 Corinthians 10:24, “No one should seek their own good, but the […]

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MATURE FAITH AND SELF-CONTROL IN SPEECH

  MATURE FAITH AND SELF-CONTROL IN SPEECH February 16, 2019 | James 3:1–6 DEVOTIONS This Month’s Issue The Yik Yak app, now thankfully defunct, allowed users to post anonymous comments and to agree or disagree with other users’ comments within a five-mile radius. For example, students on a university campus could share opinions about teachers, […]

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