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Daily Bread Challenge: Oct 2013(2-min read)

Last 2 months of the year.

October has ended, we’re now headed to Christmas bonus month! Another year older and hopefully wiser. NBA resumes, people are excited to get over halloween and start the Christmas decorations and Christmas rush.

Stock market and UITFs started recovering, USA avoids a near default on its loans (or rather gets some months breathing room). Here’s the Daily Bread Challenge for October: lots of insightful quotes this month.

January 2013 | February 2013 | March 2013 | April 2013 | May 2013 | June 2013
July 2013 | August 2013 | September 2013

October 2013

Day Bite-size Gist
1
One of our main challenges: selfishness in our hearts.
2
Satan makes a lie sound like the truth.
3
He who restrains his lips is wise.
4
You cannot save time, but you can invest it.
5
Forget self-confidence. Cultivate God-confidence.
6
The Bible is our manual of living. Study it. Learn it. Live it.
7
Christ did not die for one special group.
8
The secret of contentment is found in Christ.
9
The contented person is never poor, the discontented never rich.
10
Sing and pray.
11
If Christ comes today, will you be ready to meet Him?
12
Study the Bible to be wise, believe it to be safe, practice it to be holy.
13
For children, it’s not “Do as I say”, but rather, “Do as I do.”
14
Honor your father and mother.
15
God made hundreds of promises and He keeps all of them, in His time.
16
God can turn any difficulty into opportunity.
17
God’s holiness reveals what is good by consuming what is evil.
18
Sin is seeing the bait while blind to the hook.
19
God is always protecting us, even when we don’t realize we need it.
20
Fill your heart with praise, and bring pleasure to God.
21
Avoid quarrels and arguments in sharing your faith. Instead live your faith as your example and testament.
22
Have a merry heart. Have Christ in your heart.
23
Little sins can add up to big trouble.
24
Nothing in our lives, big or small, takes God by surprise.
25
Jesus broke the power of death, and with that, we have hope.
26
Am I as diligent in searching for lost people, as am I in searching for lost things?
27
We cannot do anything but through Christ. God’s work is God’s work.
28
We are the King’s children. Ask and ask and ask for God’s overflowing grace and blessings in store for us. And don’t forget to give thanks.
29
Every promise of God comes with eternal guarantee. Not temporal worldy guarantee.
30
Some people can’t stand Jesus’ name as they don’t want to be reminded of their sins.
31
True wisdom begins and ends with God.

How many days to go before Christmas?

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