Audacious by Mike Shepherd

By Mike Shepherd

You cannot preserve a great girl down-Kris Longknife returns. once more Kris unearths herself stuck within the crosshairs of unknown enemies who wish her lifeless. Factions, either valid and underground, vie for keep an eye on of the planet New Eden. And a person is benefiting from the chaos to unharness a private vendetta opposed to Kris.

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Not all people need the same thing from us. One of our children, for example, may need more of our personal time than another one does. One of our friends may need more encouragement on a regular basis than another. Our sister may need us to be a good listener, while our brother may need us to talk to him. That does not mean that we are to allow the needs of others to run our life; the Holy Spirit should have that privilege. But it does mean that we should deposit ourselves with God and trust Him to take care of us while we make it our business to take care of others.

1 CORINTHIANS 9:19–20) Paul walked in love and taught his disciples to do the same. He learned to adapt himself to others so that he might win them for Christ. He had obviously learned that saving another person’s soul was more important than having his own way. If more people would learn that lesson, I sincerely believe there would be a lot more dedicated Christians in the world today. Paul was able to adapt himself to others because he made the decision to do so for the sake of Christ. As a result, I believe he became sensitive to what people needed from him and tried to give it to them.

ROMANS 8:12–13) I am sure that many people who will read this book have been controlled all of their life by wrong thinking. They think all their problems are caused by the devil, other people, the way they were raised as children, etc. But the truth is that in many cases the problem is simply a lack of knowledge or a lazy spirit that refuses to act on the knowledge available. Thinking right thoughts will often resemble warfare. The mind is the battlefield on which Satan tries to defeat us. In the Bible we are told to “cast down” wrong thoughts, but what does that mean?

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