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Lives all around you are prisoners of Satan and prospects for hell. There are Christians compromising all around you, embarrassing their Lord, betraying their Lord. Lives are being lost to loneliness and emptiness because they're living without knowing God. How can you sit here when there's a war going on?

Stone Wall Heroes - #6678
At Stonewall Jackson's battle, the troops were ready to run, but one man standing gave others the courage to do the same. If you'll be that person, you can have that same kind of effect. You have to stand under the pressure, stand under the attack, you refuse to move, you refuse to compromise.

Why Fight When You Can Criticize? - #6573
It's easy to criticize when you're not in the battle yourself, and it's terribly wrong. Players just don't have much time to criticize. Let me suggest to you that there might be two legitimate responses here. One is to take a position. Maybe there is someone better, but at least you're willing to go. Get in there and get involved in this holy battle.

A Christian perspective on Veteran’s Day
Every year in early November, Veteran's Day reminds us of the countless men and women who have served in the military. American soldiers—and their brothers in arms from other countries—have marched, fought, and sometimes died in places all over the globe.

Earthquakes in the Bible - a Christian perspective
The unending bad news we read in the news of wars, earthquakes, famines, and other disasters shouldn't surprise us--Jesus predicted that such things would continue to plague humanity. It's our job to be faithful servants of Christ amidst such tragedies.

War in the Bible: 2 Corinthians 10:3-5
The world wages war with guns and violence, but Christians wage their "spiritual war" much differently. Christians engage the minds and hearts of other people with the Gospel message, and will see victory when those hearts choose to serve Christ.

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This introduction to the book of Joshua talks about the conquest and the ethical question of war. It also reports on the books title, theological theme, author, and date, the life of Joshua, the historical setting, and outline. Joshua is a story of conquest and fulfillment for the people of God. After many years of slavery in Egypt and 40 years in the desert, the Israelites were finally allowed to enter the land promised to their fathers.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Getting 'Iraq' Out of You - #8025
Iraq involves this insurgency that seems to keep a constant state of war going on. Well, there’s this revealing challenge about that going on inside us in the Bible. Here’s what it says, “Abstain from sinful desires which war against your soul” (1 Peter 2:11).