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What’s Your Stance?

What is your Stance?
“If you do not stand for something you will FALL for anything.”
This is a time when you MUST have a place to stand.
10 Finally, receive your power from the Lord and from his mighty strength. 11 Put on all the armor that God supplies. In this way you can take a stand against the devil’s strategies. 12 This is not a wrestling match against a human opponent. We are wrestling with rulers, authorities, the powers who govern this world of darkness, and spiritual forces that control evil in the heavenly world. 13 For this reason, take up all the armor that God supplies. Then you will be able to take a stand during these evil days. Once you have overcome all obstacles, you will be able to stand your ground. 14 So then, take your stand! Fasten truth around your waist like a belt. Put on God’s approval as your breastplate. 15 Put on your shoes so that you are ready to spread the Good News that gives peace. 16 In addition to all these, take the Christian faith as your shield. With it you can put out all the flaming arrows of the evil one. 17 Also take salvation as your helmet and the word of God as the sword that the Spirit supplies.
Eph 6:10-17 (Gods Word)
Throughout time God would send us someone to lead the fight. Some you maybe familiar with, first of which we must attribute Life to: Jesus the Christ. Closer to our time Mohandas Gandhi (1869-1948) (Mahatma Gandhi) a nationalist and spiritual leader who lead his nation (India) to freedom with a profound Non Violent movement. Mr Gandhi studied law for three years, there was no question of his knowledge yet he possessed an understanding that the battle could won without violence. Which cause his profession: this quote from Mr Gandhi’s speech March 18,1922 ‘Non-violence is the first article of my faith. It is also the last article of my creed” tells it all.
During this time there arose right here in America, a mighty voice by the name of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (1929-1968) A Spiritual leader and one of greatest Orators of his time. Faced with the lack of enforcement of Civil Rights in which this Nation of America was founded on. Looked over and saw Mr Mahatma Gandhi and was inspired to do the same in the United States. Dr King’s work has impacted our lives for ever. This is one of his most famous quotes:
‘I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.’
August, 1963, in a speech to civil rights supporters at the March on Washington.
It is clear that non-violence is a mighty weapon and has subdued nations.
I Apostle Terri Diggs wrote a Creed in which you can take your stance and in standing you will win the battles that you face. Its Free, download it or copy it. While supplies last, a copy will ship with each order
We are dedicated to breaking it down for you, not just to give you a place to stand, but a solid place to stand. Armour you can see, touch, and feel. Weapons to fight against what you cannot see. We are working continually and will continue to work to bring you more of what you need.
“Non-violence is not a garment to be put on and off at will. Its seat is in the heart and it must be an inseparable part of our very being.”