A Is For Adventure (Updated)


 

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The word adventure isn’t in the Bible but look at the people in the Bible and you will find God gave them an adventure of a life time.

    1. Moses confronted the pharaoh to let his people go. He parted the Red Sea.

    2. Deborah leading an army with Barak.

    3. Elijah confronting the prophets of Baal. Elijah parts the Jordan.

    4. Elisha asked for a double portion of  Elijah’s spirit. Elisha heals the bad water. Elisha helps a widow. Elisha traps the Arameans.

    5. Isaiah volunteers to help the Lord. Read the rest of  the Book of Isaiah and see the rest of the adventure the Lord leads him on.

    6. If you read all the Bible, you will find from creation to the disciples of Jesus of a great adventure in the Lord.

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    adventure

    [ adˈvenCHər, əd- ]

    NOUN

      an unusual and exciting, typically hazardous, experience or activity:

      “her recent adventures in Italy”

      synonyms: exploit · escapade · deed · feat · experience

    VERB dated

      engage in hazardous and exciting activity, especially the exploration of unknown territory:

      “they had adventured into the forest”

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