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Daily Dose

Posted by Soldier for Christ on July 20, 2011

daily doseOk, I know I’m gonna sound like Debbie Downer here, but bear with me, I’ve got good news.

The truth is I’m sick.  And I’m pretty certain you’re sick.  We live in a contaminated world that is making us all sick. Sick smile This place we inhabit is crawling with life threatening diseases, temptations, lies, and manipulations infecting the hearts, minds, and souls of every human being on this planet.  These vicious germs are immune to our efforts to ward them off or cast them out.  Their sole purpose is to get into your blood stream and destroy every bit of good that dwells within us.  They seek to discourage, dishearten, distress, debilitate, oppress, weaken, upset, confuse, torment and completely drain you of the life God planned for you.  Our human instinct is to believe that we have control and that we can change our circumstances and situations with will power or positive thinking, but by believing that we are empowering the evil attackers.Devil So as our health continues to decline we have to face the fact that we are powerless and weak and don’t stand a chance on our own.  If we, ourselves, are unable to defeat the destroyers of good, then what can we do?  Where do we look for the antidote to the poison that is seeping into our veins and slowly killing us?

Well, I’m not a doctor, but I have the answer, and I will gladly, without charge, write you a prescription for all that ails you.  You don’t have to remain sick.  There is a remedy, and it is so powerful that these deadly invaders wont stand a chance.  For this medication to work at it’s maximum strength it must be taken daily.  This amazing elixir is the truth and power of God’s Word.  It is absolutely imperative that you get your daily dose for it is with the power of Christ Jesus that we win the war against the evil influences that threaten us every single day.  Don’t be just a believer in Christ, be a soldier for Christ, and fight for the life God has planned for you.  Vaccinate yourself by either meditating, praying, communicating, reading, talking, or hearing God’s Word on a daily basis and this will keep you armed and full of the Holy Spirit so that you are always prepared and protected when Satan attacks.  He’s the master of disguise and with focused ill intent he waits for moments of vulnerability to inject a virus that he hopes will go undetected and plague you for the rest of your life.  Forgetting to take your medication leaves you open and susceptible.  Don’t do it!

Live life free from all that makes you sick.  It is God’s love that makes us well, through Christ’s sacrifice we are healed, and protected by the Holy Spirit we remain strong and healthy.  Go now, take your daily dose, and start feeling better today!!!  Smile

 

Christ is the cure!

 

armor of God

Finally, be strengthened by the Lord and by His vast strength.

Put on the full armor of God so that you can stand against the tactics of the Devil.

Ephesians 6:10-11

 

 

- T.S.   I love you

4 Responses to Daily Dose

  1. Leticia Thoensen

    I wish my son could read this and everything else you have written.

  2. John Nicholas

    Always enjoy the read thank you!!!

  3. Del

    Love it Taci…thanks so much for “risking” and opening up your heart with us and sharing some basic truths…..God Bless You!

    • Soldier for Christ

      Thanks so much, Dave! It’s all the thoughtful words that give me the strength and courage to continue. It’s so cool that you commented because Gina has been flooding my thoughts lately and I’ve been praying for you, Nicole, and Amanda. Staying focused on our Heavenly Father gives us more power than we know and I don’t want to waste it. God Bless You, Dave, and your family!

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