Dear Young Christian — Reality Bites And So Should You

Written by Doug Giles on March 8, 2020

Good news: Life is tough — and so are you. Tougher than you probably think you are, anyway.

Do you realize you’ve landed on this planet in a time that’s as friendly to the gospel as Michael Moore is to Iron Man marathons?

If you’re planning to take a stand for the Lord of Glory you’re facing an uphill fight. Isn’t that great? Yes, Great!

It means that you have a worthy challenge. Just like the biblical heroes of old did.

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You’re not some anonymous sissy born into the easy times. You’ve been trusted by Christ himself to take a stand for a bigger task. That you can run with the big dawgs.

History doesn’t remember the names of people born during the easy times. We remember the Winston Churchills of history or the Elijah’s of faith who stood tall against towering odds.

Has it occured to you that you were called into the Kingdom during the lean times because Christ thinks — knows, even! — that by His Spirit you can be up to the task?

Let’s have a look at a few young people who found themselves in impossibly dark situations and yet STILL found a way to really leave a scar on Satan’s haggard backside. The eternal truths they tapped into that helped them can help you, too.

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Also, don’t miss out on Doug Giles’ best-selling book:

Rules For Radical Christians is not a survival devotional designed to help the young Christian adult limp through life. Rather, it is a road-tested, dominion blueprint that will equip the young adult with leadership skills and sufficient motivation to rise to a place of influence in an overtly non-Christian culture. Rules For Radical Christians gives the reader the keys to become strategically equipped to move into an anti-theistic environment and effectively influence it for the glory of God.

Get yours today!

You can choose either the classic Paperback to trigger your college professors and quasi-communist classmates, or the Kindle edition to always have it on hand.

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Whether he’s using a tweet, a carrot or a big, heavy stick, Trump seems to have great instincts on how to bring the other guy to the table, to drive his political rivals crazy, or to find creative ways to accomplish things that others have said ‘can’t be done’.

He’s also got nerves of steel, walking towards the fight that everyone else runs from.

No wonder the artist, our own Doug Giles, picked the absolute Badass Dirty Harry for his Trump-themed art series, entitled (what else?) Go Ahead, Make My Day.