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Live in Abundance

Hey, let's have a conversation about the life we can have. In John 10:10 it says "the cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly."

So, this thief, who we know is the adversary known as Satan,  "cometh" which is a continual thing. It doesn't just come once but it is on a perpetual mission to keep coming. There are three objectives of the mission - to steal, to kill and to destroy. First, it comes to take something away or forcefully take possession of something that belongs to you. What it doesn't steal it can kill. We all know what happens in a killing of any sort - life is taken away. If it doesn't steal or kill then its aim is to destroy. 

You may be thinking, "Wait, isn't killing and destroying the same thing?" Like stated earlier, when something is killed it is deprived of life. What was once animated is dead. Likewise, when something is …

According to some folks...

...if you are a Christian you should never experience bad days or feel the effects of life. If you have fell victim to people of that mindset I offer my apologies. Sometimes God is misrepresented as a genie in a bottle and that is definitely not the truth. There are situations that can cause the strongest Christian to pause and need a break from environmental factors. That's just the truth but we are always able to recover.

I have heard it countless times, "If God loves you so much, why did he let you experience MS?" They would be surprised to know how many times I asked myself that same question. If you have read my testimony in "Scarred Not Scared" you have seen how I found my way back to God. There was a time when I felt like living a positive life was worthless. Notice I said positive not perfect. I don't know anyone who is perfect but I know quite a few who arrogantly attempt to. I have decided not to join that crowd. I will be as honest with the next p…