Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Focus on the Family Broadcast

Do you ever catch the Focus on the Family Daily broadcasts on the radio in your area? 

Last night as I was driving the daily program came on. Adolf Coors IV, (yes as in Coors of Coors the beer), was talking about his journey towards salvation. I caught part II of the message. I assume part I was played on Monday night.

Let me just say... That man has a passion for the Lord. He shared so much wisdom and insight (and some humor) in the twenty-five minutes  or so that I was listening to the program, that I must  recommend it! If you go here! you will be able to find it by some navigation. 

I think the steps are something like what follows:  Near the bottom there is a Hot Topics section, then there are probably 3 boxes in that area. The one with the microphone and sound symbols below it is the one with daily broadcasts! The message I am writing about is titled "My Journey Towards Salvation." I can't post the exact link, but its definitely worth the search.

Some highlights of the broadcast (not necessarily in the order that he spoke them):

We would not care how much other people think of us if we knew how seldom they do!

A true friend will attend your funeral and never look at his watch.

Is your passport into eternity stamped? 

A good marriage is a union of two forgivers.

and this last one made me laugh! (He was talking about how we cannot rely on a spouse to fill our void but that we must rely on Jesus)

Women often marry men just like their dads... It is no wonder that so many mothers cry at weddings!

And in case you were wondering, I text them to myself as he was speaking them, so I would not forget. I'm a big goof.  And I really like quotes, so there you have it. 

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3 comments:

Callie Nicole said...

I like "A good marriage is a union of two forgivers". So true!

A Journey Through the Waiting Game said...

All of those are so true! I would have texted those to myself too!

Q, La, and Gooner said...

Ha. You make me laugh with the text messaging... But they were good ones!