RJ Alexander Ministries
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Under the Influence

Do not be drunk with wine, in which is dissipation, but filled with the Spirit Ephesians 5:18

When I was growing up, I was a pretty good basketball player. I was good enough that the older guys would allow me to play with them. I’ll never forget, one hot summer day after playing a few games of full court ball, I saw one of my brothers friends, named Steve drinking a 40 ounce of beer. I looked up to Steve and thought he was one of the coolest guys in the neighborhood. I proceeded over to Steve and asked if I could have a sip of his beer. I did not expect to hear the response he gave me. He exclaimed, “a sip?'“ “Who ask for a sip of beer?” “A sip of beer is not gonna do anything for you but put the smell of beer on your breath.” “Then you’re going to go home and have your mother asking you questions as to the smell and you’re not even drunk.” I realized what he said made a lot of sense and it has stuck with me all of these years.

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Reggie Alexander
How Are You Walking?

If we walk in the Spirit we will not fulfill the lusts of the flesh Gal 5:16

I want to share a story with you about a guy I used to work with named Chris. Brother Chris was old school. It was as though Christ was still living in the 70’s. What stood out about Chris was the way he talked and the way he walked. He talked out of the side of his mouth and he pimped when he walked. My colleagues, especially the women would ridicule Chris for the way he walked. I admired Chris simply because he was consistent with the way he walked and talked. He was the same way all the time, no matter the situation. You could say, Chris was known for his walk.

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The 2 Minute Warning

But of that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of heaven, but My Father only. Matt. 24:36

In the NFL, the referees signify to the coaches and the teams when there is 2 minutes of game time remaining in the first half (2nd quarter) and the end of the game (4th quarter). This lets both teams know there is not a lot of time left to score or to keep the opposition from scoring in an effort to win the game. The defense stiffens because they know that the offense is going to be playing with a sense urgency to score before the 2 minutes elapse.

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