There is this secret place where no one sees the other side of me. There is this nervousness that this scared little boy that says what if you fall short like most of those that came before you. The question brews “How do you know that you are going to make it?” You see Christianity to me has never been something that I have truly seen walked out in real life in the lives of those around me, or have I always been the one that found anything I could to pick apart Christianity and those who professed to be Christ-Like. The world has this idea that professing to be Christ-Like is suppose to be a one way ticket to being perfect. What if I stumble? Who does it effect? Well first I have come to a place in my life where a man must decide what his life will be made of, why he does this life exist? These are question that anyone must face. As we face these things we either tap into this place that God has created us to find or go off on the beaten path searching for something that does not exist some sort of generic worldly satisfaction. That continues to leave empty and emptier.
PSALMS 37:4 Delight yourself in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart. 5: Commit your way to the Lord; trust in him, and he will act.
We forget the power of our lives in action this idea, Sow a seed, Change a life. Has so much potential that we have to realize that our words are powerless until we shape our lives to represent our words. The common issue in Christianity is this roller coaster Christianity. We are all too familiar with people having radical emotional experiences with God professing there faith. Then 30 days later they are bumming a cigarette at the local bar, throwing shots of vodka. My difference is this Radical Faith a deep burning desire to do the work of the Kingdom. The work of the Kingdom is what keeps you up at night studying the word of God after a full day of digging into the word of God. A house cleaning of the Church is coming, Jesus is pouring out a fresh anointing of his spirit on his bride. He is equipping us for the battle that is to come. Are you ready? I am.
Welcome to the War.
– Branson James