FIGHT LIKE A MAN

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2 Samuel 10:12 “Be of good courage, and let us play the men for our people, and for the cities of our God: and the Lord do that which seemeth good.”

 

The virtue of strength is determined by how it’s used. Blessed good morning to all my brothers and sisters in the Lord . As we close this year 2015 I am calling on all God faring believers to arm yourselves for the fight of your time in 2016.

If it’s used to love and to protect, it’s good. Unfortunately, it can also be used to inflict harm, and that’s not consistent with what we see of God’s character in the Bible. He calls us to fight for what’s right. And a warrior is only as worthy as his cause.

A man without a cause from God is often just an angry man who doesn’t know where to direct his pent-up energy and aggression. A warrior with a cause from God directs that warlike energy for a cause greater than himself. The year is closing with believers warring against their fellow brothers and sisters, yet aiming to minister truths to the same people.

Gentlemen, my brothers, God created you with the heart of a warrior. Until there’s something you’re willing to die for, you can’t truly live. You were created to fight for righteousness. Yet in your fight you have to promote Holiness. The world is looking to us as we talk Christ and live hate, jealousy, fear instead of fearlessness. Let us as I warn you that without faith in the True Word of God our self confidence will go to ruin and helplessness. 

I will continue this talk tomorrow on all our media outlets. Remember our ministry is to gather people for the harvest from all walks of life. The harvest truly is white and the labourers are few. 

Your servant and brother,
+ Sir Godfrey Gregg
Archbishop and Presiding Prelate
Administrator and Apostolic Head

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Author: Godfrey Gregg