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I'm loving this verse this morning!
Proverbs 2 says: "Listen to me and treasure my instructions. Tune your ears to wisdom and concentrate on understanding. Cry out for insight and understanding. Search for them like lost money or a hidden treasure!
THEN you will understand what it means to fear the Lord, and you will gain knowledge of God!"
(Fear of the Lord is the beginning of all wisdom!)
What does that mean to you today?
Anthony Evans was featured on the NBC show "The Voice" this season.
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David Crowder was on SOS Radio this week. We took your questions. We talked about faith, music, BBQ, beard care & what the guys from David Crowder Band are doing now that the band called it quits. He shared it all! He also performed LIVE!
NASCAR is in Vegas this weekend. Here's a story of faith from some of the Christian drivers. Click here.
Driver Blake Koch will speak at Shadowhills Baptist Church in Vegas on Thursday 9/8 at 6:45pm.
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This morning we were inviting companies who have job openings to call in and share with our listeners! You can still email in job info to me at Scott@sosradio.net and I will post it here!
Pray for Branson, Missouri, today! The area was hit by a tornado last night. There’s lots of damage and several other small Missouri towns were hit as well. The Tornado followed close to highway 76 and the Branson Landing area had the most damage.
According to the City of Branson website, “The Branson community sustained heavy wind damage in certain parts of town overnight. Many buildings are damaged, and power is off to much of the community. No major injuries or deaths have been reported at this time.”