Cigars & Sermons — Under The Influence

Written by Doug Giles on May 5, 2021

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The company you keep influences your thinking, your thinking influences your actions, your actions influence your character, and your character determines your destiny.

Influence is not a small thing. It’s everywhere. There are even social media ‘influencers’ now that are paid to, well… influence their followers.

This shows that even influencers can be influenced by money, fear missing out, or being on the ‘right side’ of history. We’ve seen with Woke Inc., corporate media, and encroaching leftism in our culture. But this is even bigger than just politics or culture…this is about who you are, what you are, and where you’re heading.

To be ‘under the influence’ means to be controlled by something or someone other than yourself.

Who you are, what you are, and where you are today is because you were under the influence of certain people.

The question is…what and who are you being influenced by today?

Is it the mask-Nazi Fauci-cultists who worship ‘the science’?

Is it the tv-addicted pop-culture hellions that are lamenting the end of Keeping Up With The Kardashians?

Is it the public school churning out ideological clones that hate America and its Judeo-Christian heritage?

Or is it the God Who became flesh and dwelt among us?

The influence of Jesus certainly made a difference in the lives of The Twelve — the original motley crew. And fortunately for us, Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever.

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