Raised by devout Christian parents, our guest always knew God was present, but never fully understood His presence for himself but only through his parents' experience. With limited knowledge of God and seeking a life gratifying to himself, he embarked on his own life's path only to become enthralled in addiction, crime, and advertent malfeasances. Blind to the light and hope within himself, our guest was broken and ashamed believing his mistakes were unforgivable. Fearful, insecure, and depressed, he never believed love, joy, and peace were possible in his life. He was facing a dismal future rife with monotony, addiction, and solitary confinement. Join us to hear his remarkable story and how, through Christ, all things can be made new.
A wise man once said, "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." Satan loves it when we ignore him. And as Christians, we remain idle at our own peril! To alert us to the invisible spiritual forces working against us and to equip us with weapons to fight the battle, I highly recommend this month's Truth Tool, On Spiritual Combat: 30 Missions for Victorious Warfare by Lt. Col. Dave Grossman and Adam Davis.
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The Bible tells us that we are to "encourage one another" (1 Thess. 5:11) What are some practical ways for us to do just that? How do you like to be encouraged? Thanks for sharing your thoughts.