GOT BALLS? God’s Standard For Warriors & Ministers In The OT

Written by Doug Giles on February 23, 2020

Surely the Holy Writ is silent about a modern problem like gutless low-T soyboys, right? Guess again.

Buckle up Church. This one is gonna be rougher than grandma’s breath.

How important is it to God that Men in his service ‘grow a pair’? Important enough that he wrote it into the job description.

That’s right. If your balls haven’t dropped, you were not ready for the big show in carrying any of the key assignments in either warfare or Temple service in the Old Testament economy.

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Sound crazy? Take two minutes to listen to today’s show and it won’t just make sense, but you will ask yourself why more preachers haven’t picked up on this gold nugget in scripture.

Then again, that’s a pretty dangerous question to ask in a church or a culture that has fully embraced a soy-boy vibe, now isn’t it?

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