Tag: hardship

E-59: The Discipline of Difficulty!

In this episode, Jason reminds us once again of what the real Christian life really looks and feels like. It’s not a walk on a paved nature trail at your local park. It sometimes feels more like being dropped into Taliban infested Afghanistan with an American flag wrapped around us! It’s a fight, a struggle, a battle … and sometimes we feel utterly overwhelmed … but our Lord has given us some amazing promises to empower us through every difficulty we face as we daily seek Him, trust Him, and obey Him.

We gotta do that as Christian men!

Oswald Chambers. Author of My Utmost for His Highest.

In this episode, Jason gives us his own modern day paraphrase from Oswald Chambers’ … The Discipline of Difficulty which comes from the best-selling devotional book of all-time, My Utmost for His Highest!

If you don’t have a copy of My Utmost for His Highest, dude, you need one!

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Audio File Attached …

 

Jason also mentioned the biography of Jerry Falwell written by his wife, Macel. Here is the Amazon Link for that …

 

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E-10: The Friday Growl!

In this episode, Jason …

  • drinks strong black coffee in the microphone (as usual)
  • reads a recent rating and review from iTunes
  • talks about the recent episode of The PornFree Radio Podcast
  • practices a new revolutionary anger-management technique invented by Matt Dobschuetz, called OSR Therapy (Old School Rap Therapy), and he actually busts-a-rhyme with LL Cool J (not even kidding)!!!
  • reminds us that genuinely following Jesus does NOT make life all better, but will often bring us pain, hardship, opposition, and trials in this life

 

 

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