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In spiritual warfare, slaying the dragons in your life that can harm you is one thing. But what about your “pet” dragons, habits or sins that many believers have kept with them since they were young, or for many, many years?
Missionary evangelist Daniel Kolenda says these are the “small sins” that have been coddled by many throughout their entire lives, ones that, like a baby python that grows to 14 to 15 feet long, could end up killing them later in life.
That’s why it’s crucial these problems or sins are noticed early in life so they don’t become insurmountable obstacles in your later years. Kolenda details that very issue in a chapter in his book, “Slaying Dragons: A Practical Guide to Spiritual Warfare” (Charisma House, 2020).
A 39-year-old Christian pastor in Uganda was beaten unconscious late last month by Muslim extremists while officiating a funeral in Uganda. Witnesses say the event was terrifying to see as the preacher spoke about Christ.
Pastor Davidson Okirori told Morning Star News that Muslims began to throw stones at him and then beat him after “differentiating the power” and ministry of Jesus and explaining the importance of Jesus’ resurrection.”
Later, the assailants began tearing pages from his Bible.
In Los Angeles, I am breaking every rule I know about tent crusades. Our team is heading directly into harm’s way.
No other outreach has caused me more turmoil and agony than this one.
In general, there are a million reasons not to go to Los Angeles for a crusade.
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