The Real Play Book In Your Life by Ronnie Floyd

'THE REAL PLAY BOOK IN YOUR LIFE"
2 Timothy 3:16-17; 2 Peter 1:20-21
A Bible Study For The University of Arkansas Coaching Staff
September 1, 1994
INTRODUCTION:
Have you ever noticed how easy we accept certain
things in life?
In science, we accept that light travels at a rate
of approximately 186Q000 miles per second-
In history, we accept there was a Civil War in the
United States.
In world affairs, we accept most of what we hear
on the news or read in the paper.
In economy, we accept there really is a national
deficit of $4 trillion.
Question:
If we can readily accept these kinds of things, why
is it difficult for us to accept the truthfulness of
the Bible and that it has the power to affect our
lives?
Practically Speakiiv:
1. Cultural Christians. (Who lives as his culture wants
him to live.)
2. B Christians. (Lives like the Bible is his
authority and standard for life.)
mustration:
In your profession, a play book may change from
year to year, coach to coach, or team to team. In
fact, you can have the finest play book in college
football, but if you do not have the athlete to run
them, and the commitment to execute each play
as designed for them, the play book will virtually
not matter.
TS--
The Bible should be your play book in your life. God
has written down various plays for you, regardless
of your position, that will be effective for the various
situations you face in life. The Bible is the finest
play book for life. However, its influence and power
is only seen and felt as you daily execute your life
according to its design for your life. Why is it
important? All I will share with your over the coming
weeks will be from the Bible.
I. WHAT SHOULD YOU BELEEVE ABOUT THE BIBLE?
Mustration:
Drowning in a sea of knowledge about the Bible.
66 books, written by 40 authors over a 1,600 year
time period.
1,189 chapters, 31,373 verse, and in the KJV 775,693
words.
Psalm 119 is the longest chapter and Psalm 117
is the ...


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