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Worth Fighting For

Why does it sometimes seem like the second we decide to live for God with all our heart that everything goes downhill? Day after day, the onslaught of temptation threatens to take us out. And we can’t help but wonder: Wouldn’t it be easier just to give in? Satan’s objective is to make strong people weak. God is in the business of making weak people strong. We must learn to stand and fight. Because when it comes to your one shot at life—there are things worth fighting for.

From this Series

What If?

October 15, 2017 by Mark Stuenzi Message 1 of 3

We were not created to go all day and crash on the couch at night. God has hardwired and hand-picked us for a purpose. Like Samson, we are here to influence the lives of others for eternity. But it’s going to be a battle. Like Samson, the choices we make can lead us closer or farther from our purpose. And like Samson, the choices we make affect the people around us. Which makes making wise choices worth fighting for.

What About Now?

October 22, 2017 by Dan White Message 2 of 3

We all have things we tend to put off. We ignore the warning lights on the dashboard, the complaints of our spouse, and the numbers on the scale. But the longer we wait, the worse it gets. Small problems become big problems. Easy fixes become catastrophic blunders. Again and again Samson ignored the warnings. But we can learn to address the fault lines before the fallout.

Is It Too Late?

October 29, 2017 by Dan White Message 3 of 3

Temptation works like a trap. Step by step we are drawn toward our own demise. Samson’s weakness for women drew him deeper and deeper into trouble until the trap was sprung. He lost his eyes, his honor, and his incredible power. But God wasn’t done with him yet. No matter how far you’ve fallen you are not beyond the reach of grace. Even when you think God can’t use you—He is fighting for you.