June 26th, 2014

Warfare:scary subject for this “child in Christ” but it pertains to everything we, as believers and non believers, deal with daily.  Our nation has sent many courageous men and women into war.  As a nation, our government has studied and invested in some of the highest, most complex strategies in order to obtain victory over the oppressors of this world.  The United States has been and is victorious in natural warfare.  The United States was founded as “one nation under God”. Then we have the separation of church and state.  The separation of church and state was meant to keep the government out of the church, not the church out of the government.  The spiritual warfare of our Forefather’s is what lead us through all the natural warfare.  Today, in our modern world, we hear much about the natural and absolutely nothing on the spiritual war that is going on all around us.  From the battlefields in Iraq to the battlefields in small town Alabama, we walk around defenseless in the matters of spiritual warfare when we are not steadfast, deliberate and absolute in our faith in Jesus and what He did for us on the Cross.  As Christians, we know and understand the authority we have over evil.  We don’t focus on evil, we focus on our faith in Jesus.  While we walk with our battalion of fellow Christians, we must also walk with our brethren in whom the enemy is devouring.  Every word in God’s Word is meant for all.  Walk in this world today on the winning side of the spiritual war and “Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.” Matt. 5:16  – Donna Warren

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