The Daily Dash: April 4, 2017 {#UNC #NationalChampions #Redemption}

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The Daily Dash: April 4, 2017 {#UNC #NationalChampions #Redemption}

* Chemical attack in Syria
* Subway attack in Russia
* UNC won the men’s NCAA Basketball National Championship!

This Week’s Verse: Colossians 3:16
Let the message of Christ dwell among you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom through psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit, singing to God with gratitude in your hearts.

What is it that blinds you to the peace of God? ~ Oswald Chambers

I’m not going to lie…there were many moments last night I feared my Tar Heels would suffer the same fate as last year. The National Championship game was sloppy to say the best, but UNC had a blaze of glory at the very beginning and then the very last seconds of the game and WE WON! It was Roy Williams’ 100th NCAA tournament game last night, his 3rd trophy and the 6th championship win for the school. That’s about all I can focus on right now, but I’m sure something else will pop up for me to talk about tomorrow 🙂

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The Daily Dash: April 4, 2017 {#UNC #NationalChampions #Redemption}

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