If You Say The Packer Prayer And These 32 Others Things You Are Definitely From Wisconsin

If You Say The Packer Prayer And These 32 Others Things You Are Definitely From Wisconsin

"Keep er Movin"

It seems that everyone that lives in Wisconsin has a love-hate relationship with it. Some days we love it (when it actually is above 40 degrees), and some days we hate it here (ahem, winter that drags into April, thanks Wisconsin). But as much as some other states may make fun of us, we really have it good here (and they talk smack because they are jealous). We embrace our uniqueness, and that is what makes Wisconsin home.

If you say some of these things, hey, you might be from Wisconsin, and if not, you’ll fit right in here. #sconnienation

1. “Where is the bubbler?”

2. “Is it too cold to wear shorts?”

3. “Sorry I was late I was following a tractor”

4. “What time is the pregame?”

5. “Do you guys have brats?”

6. “There are FIBs everywhere”

7. “Oh yeah I ran into my pastor at the bar the other night”

8. “My roads don’t get plowed until about 2 pm. That’s why I wasn’t at school yesterday”

9. “Why is there a deer carcass hanging in the tree?”

10. “Spotted Cow is where it’s at”

11. “Oh, I only came to state fair to drink, eat cheese curds, and have a cream puff”

12. *Wears a swimsuit* “Nice farmer’s tan”

13. “Yeah, I heat my house with a wood burning furnace, like the good ole days”

14. “Where’s the Summer Shandy?”

15. “I love going up North”

16. “Saturdays are for the Badgers”

17. The Packer Prayer: “Our Father, who art in Lambeau, hallowed be thy arm…”

18. “Miller lite or die”

19. “When is the Grilled Cheese Championship again?”

20. “I only get my milk from Kwik Trip”

21. “Can I get some extra butter?”

22. “Can I get some cheese too?”

23. “You goin’ to the fish fry?”

24. “All my friends drive trucks”

25. “My high school had ‘drive your tractor to school day’”

26. “I went on a snowmobile through the McDonalds Drive Thru”

27. “Beer”

28. “Cut offs and jorts”

29. “The Bears still suck”

30. “Keep er movin’”

31. “I remember when it was summer, it was a whopping 60 degrees”

32. “Oh it’s 32 out? Ah I don’t need a coat”

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12 Bible Verses For Faith In Hard Times

Remind yourself that God is always with you.

Lately, I have felt lost at what God wants for my life. Ever since I've come back to UWG everything has been horrible. It seems that I can't catch a break. I'm trying my best to focus on school, work, and extracurricular activities. But it's hard when I'm having issues with my apartment/roommates and knowing my family back home is struggling and needs many prayers. All, I keep thinking is maybe Carrollton isn't where I belong anymore. I've asked God if He can guide me in the right direction. Below, I have found Bible verses that have helped get me through these rough, past couple of weeks.

1. Isaiah 43:2

"When you go through deep waters, I will be with you."

2. Psalm 37:5

"Commit your way to the Lord. Trust in Him, and He will act."

3. Romans 8:18

"The pain that you've been feeling, can't compare to the joy that's coming."

4. Proverbs 31:25

"She is clothed in strength, and dignity, and she laughs without fear of the future."

5. Joshua 1:9

"Be bold. Be brave. Be courageous."

6. Ecclesiastes 3:1

"There is a time for everything and a reason for every activity under the heavens."

7. Isaiah 41:10

"Don't be afraid, for I am with you. Don't be discouraged, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you. I will hold you up with my victorious right hand."

8. Isaiah 66:9

"I will not cause pain without allowing something new to be born, says the Lord."

9. Psalm 91:4

"He will cover you with His feathers, and under His wings, you will find refuge; His faithfulness will be your shield and rampart."

10. Psalm 62:1-2

"My soul finds rest in God alone, my salvation comes from Him, He alone is my rock and my salvation."

11. Philippians 4:13

"I can do everything through Christ who gives me strength."

12. Jeremiah 29:11

"For I know the plans I have for you, plans to prosper you and not harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."

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We Have Chains, But Jesus Can Break Them

Jesus came to call and love the sinners, not the righteous.


After viewing the music video "Chain Breaker" by Zach Williams yesterday, I began to think about the meaning behind the words being sung. I suppose we all do that subconsciously, for when we like the message of a song, then we can fully appreciate the song in its entirety. We hear a song, we like it and we find our identity behind a song. In the music video, Zach Williams is playing "Chain Breaker" to a whole room full of prison inmates.

Seeing Zach play to this room of inmates made me have a deeper meaning with our faith in God.

No, we are not convicted felons, but each and every person has their struggles, their "chains" so to speak. These chains can be different things like depression or even drug and alcohol addiction.

Because we have these chains, we are as bound and hopeless like people who are in prison, unless we turn to God for hope and strength.

While I have never been to prison, I know people who are or were in prison. They have described it to be a terrible place. Things happen in prison that are hard to take in, like "shivving" (stabbing someone with a shiv, a knife made from things like toothbrushes), solitary confinement (being thrown into a dark padded room for days and weeks at a time, with no one to talk to) and sometimes even group fights (people taking turns beating you up).

Prison inmates need God's love and mercy like we need it.

No sin is too severe for the Lord to forgive. In God's eyes, we are no better than people who are in prison. God loves us all the same. In the music video, I saw prison inmates shouting and worshipping the Lord, hands extended up in the air in worship.

In the Bible, Jesus Christ Our Lord called Matthew to be a disciple of Him. When the Pharisees (people who were steadfast and unwavering in the Mosaic law) saw that Jesus called Matthew, a tax collector (tax collectors were highly despised at the time and was known to forcibly take money from people) and was accepting of Matthew eating with Him, they criticized Jesus for it. Jesus heard this and replied "Those who are well, have no need of a physician, but those who are sick. I came not to call the righteous, but sinners." (Mark 2:17)

Jesus came to heal and love the broken, the people without hope, the people who were looked down upon by the Pharisees.

Reading about Jesus healing and loving people who were sinners (like prostitutes) gives me hope that He can love me. I view myself as no better than people who are in prison or people who like to do evil. We all are sinners. We all will have to answer to God for what we have done in this life. My answer will be "I entrust my heart and my soul to Jesus Christ, My Lord."

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