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VFNRadio First Hour July 26, 2013



Do you need a Death Sentence to Truly begin to Live?


LISTEN NOW! John, Pat and Chris discuss a recent song that was written by an 18 year old who was dying of bone cancer, Zach Sobiech.  This song has now been viewed over 7.7 million times and according to Charisma News at one point reached No. 1 on iTunes music charts.  They continue to discuss how there are few things in life more sobering than having received a death sentence.  Instead of complaining and staying in a depressed state of mind Zach took hold of the little life he had left and did something with it.  He wrote a song that has touched many around the world. He didn’t give up but invested his gift and lived in the moment.  They challenge us to stop focusing our attention down the road as if “down the road” is promised to us.  They challenge us to live in the moment.  Many people fear many things but what should be of a great concern to us is to live a life of insignificance before God.  Your life is God’s gift to you but what you do with your life is your gift to God.   They remind us to have faith in God; it’s not over just begin again and do all you can, for all that you can, in the time you have.  Give it all to Jesus and leave nothing on the field of life.
    Living in your Enemies Cross Hairs


LISTEN NOW!  John, Pat and Chris imagined what it would be like to live with a constant awareness and understanding that you are living under a perpetual threat from the enemy.  They discuss what it would be like to be in public gatherings, parks, and outdoor events with the constant awareness of your vulnerability in the face of your enemy and the damage that can be done to you, your family, and fellow man.  This is exactly what Israelis face every day from Islamists who hate them with a passion, to the point they are willing to lose their own lives to take theirs.  They continue to discuss a recent interview by CBN with the author of the book Saturday People, Sunday People which chronicles the Islamist assault on Jews “Saturday People” because they worship on Saturday and Christians “Sunday People”  because they worship on Sunday.  They continue to discuss how America and in particular Christians cannot become desensitized to the Jewish plight because we as Christians are next.  They also shared how this is a perfect picture of what the devil does every day and how his mission statement is to kill, steal, and destroy; John 10:10.  The church must be united if we are going to stand as one against the attacks of the devil waged against Christians and Jews.

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