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I’m sure some Lysol-disinfected Christian is pearl-clutching over my usage of the word Wildman because they’ve gotten used to what Satan has sold Christendom namely, a Mild-man. Well, allow me, my fragile friend, to explain what I mean by a biblical Wildman.
1. A Wildman is a pain in the backside to any group, party, person, or thing that attempts to keep him in a state of puerile domesticity, a veritable stooge of the machine.
2. A Wildman is a person who is free from politically correct pressure to conform to what “they, them, and the other guy” tell them to conform to or else they’ll be canceled.
3. A Wildman is unowned, unmanipulated, unbowed, unbeholden, undomesticated, unapologetic, and unashamed of who they are in God and Christ.
Y’know … just like Abraham, Moses, David, Joshua, Samson, Amos, Elijah, Nehemiah, John the Baptist, Peter, Paul, and Jesus?
The Wildman Devotional: A 50 Day Devotional for Men will fuel your inner wildman with solid meat from the scripture. In these 200+ pages you’ll feast on the wealth, the walk and the warfare of the Christian, that’ll prepare you for maximum usefulness this side of the grave. This book is fire!
Theologians call these specific prayers, from the psalmist David, “imprecatory prayers.” They are prayers to pull out and pray when things get bad — as in real bad. Prayers you use when a nation’s getting mucked up by degenerate priests or politicians, or when the enemy is crushing the people of God, or when your flesh/personal demons are out of control.
Psalms of War: Prayers That Literally Kick Ass is a compendium from the book of Psalms, regarding how David rolled in prayer. I bet you haven’t heard these read, prayed or sang in church against our formidable enemies, have you? I didn’t think so. It might be time to dust them off and offer ‘em up if you’re truly concerned about the state of Christ’s Church and our nation.
In Doug Giles’ book, Biblical Badasses: The Women, Giles spotlights ten epic ladies who did awesome things for God with the odds severely stacked against them. These girls weren’t your typical church ladies. They were holy movers and shakers who upset hell with their God honoring, faith filled, lives.
Drawing heavily off the Book of Matthew, Giles’s exposition of the overt masculine traits that Jesus exhibited, both in word and deed, will forever change how you see and hear The Son of Man. Many topics touched on this spicy tome have been ignored by gelded ministers beholden to their crowds’ finicky palette and their purse strings, of course. In, If Masculinity Is ‘Toxic’, Call Jesus Radioactive, you’ll see painted in Matthew’s prose and Giles’ wicked insight and sense of humor that Jesus Christ was anything and everything but a doe-eyed thirtysomething Mr. Rogers do-gooder. Be prepared to have your religious idols smashed and life challenged like never before as you plow through this book
In his latest book, Dear Christian: Your Fear is Full of Crap, best-selling author, Doug Giles, takes a no-holds-barred and unapologetic look at how Christians and their leaders mishandled the Covid pandemic. Doug compares what he sees in the word of God with how our churches caved in to the government. Do pastors all across the country owe us an apology? Doug Giles says “YES!” with a giant exclamation mark. Read THIS book and find out what God thinks about people who bend the knee to Fauci and kiss the ring of Pharaoh.