fbpx

Fight Like A Man With Passion

The Warrior and His Cause

 

  1. The Warrior Who Abandons His Cause Becomes Passive. (Genesis 3:6, NLT2)
    When men get their God-given order out of order it brings (Genesis 3:12-13, NKJV) When a man becomes passive, he no longer accepts his God-given role; he blames God and his wife for the problems. When men give up their God-given responsibility it effects their children. Their children will become abusive and will get confused. (Genesis 4:8, NKJV)

Passiveness can be a form of two types of abuse: Spiritual and physical.
When the father is passive the woman becomes controlling and the children become confused about their God-given role. (2 Timothy 3:1-3, TLB)

The Warrior Pursuing The Right Cause Becomes Passionate.
The Passionate Warrior has someone to Protect! (Nehemiah 4:14, NLT2) When battle comes – Fight with Surrender + Sword = Success. The Passionate Warrior has a Kingdom to Advance. (Matthew 11:12, NIV; Joel 3:9-10, NLT2; Matthew 6:33-34, NLT2)