We resume manschool tomorrow with a powerful testimony from a man in our tribe who has been through a very difficult season. It is brave and bold of him to share with us. There is real power in testimony.
Until then, last week, we ended with this song and I wanted to hit you with it again here today. Seems to me one of the greatest battles we face as men is whose voice we’re going to listen to. We face an enemy who is quite real and quite dangerous. He is the father of all lies. But … but … the Creator of the universe is also speaking to us. He fights for you daily. Pursuing you. Crossing paths with you. Trying to get your attention. Seeking you. He is the Father looking for His son to come home.
Read these words, say them over your soul. When tempted, repeat them. When the lies come – and they will – you can say with the complete confidence of a warrior — “Oh no, I was lost and He brought me in. Who the Son sets free, is free indeed. No, no foul one, I am a child God. Yes, I am.”
I was lost but He brought me in
I am who You say I am. I am who You say I am.
I am a child of God