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VFNRadio Second Hour July 3, 2013


Are there weapons forged against you?

LISTEN NOW! John, Pat and Steve discuss how the devil forges weapons against people especially those who are working on the advancement of God’s kingdom.  The devil hates you and has plans to stop any forward movement of the kingdom of God.  The Bible tells us in Isaiah 54:17 that “No weapon forged against you will prevail, and you will refute every tongue that accuses you.”  Although those weapons will not ultimately prevail outside the will of God of course they speak about how that doesn’t erase the fact that weapons are being fashioned and made with specific intent to come against you.  If we move in pride we are susceptible to Satan’s attacks.  They continue to encourage us to stay “low” humble so that you don’t have to get low.  They remind us that each one of us has been given a piece of ground whether that is in our family, places of employment, churches and community.  We are living in a day that we should not be ignorant of the devils devices but instead remain in an abiding relationship with The Lord and keep close relationship with brothers and sisters in The Lord.  Together we can victoriously advance God’s Kingdom avoiding being a needless casualty.

 Imprisoned Pastor’s wife says God not Iranian Government will Free Husband
John, Pat and Steve discuss a recent CBN interview with Naghmeh Abedini, wife of imprisoned pastor on the anniversary of Saeed’s imprisonment.  Naghmeh shares how her life has been ever since her husband, American citizen and pastor, was arrested in Iran for preaching the Gospel.  He was sentenced to 8 years and was sent to the notorious Evin Prison in Iran.  She shares how this trial in their life has allowed her to share the Gospel in many places including to 196 world leaders at the United Nations. She still says that she believes for her husbands deliverance but even if he is not delivered she says that God is good.  John, Pat and Steve continue to discuss how Naghmeh is an example of how someone can go through trials with grace.  They share how trials in our life can cause us to get bitter or better and the importance of choosing wisely.    They encourage us to not only to continue to pray for Saeed but to look for how the trials we face can be redeemed for the Glory of God. 


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