Walking in Resistance (1 of 7) by David Cawston

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Where are you on your Spiritual Journey? (1 of 7)
Walking in Resistance
David Cawston
Proverbs 16:25

Introduction:
This is a series of 7 messages that will help us all find ourselves.
1. "Walking in Resistance"
2. "Questioning and Seeking"
3. "Assertively Responding"
4. "Embracing by Commitment"
5. "Adjusting by Learning"
6. "Stabilizing by Growing"
7. "Impacting by Influencing"

Everybody is somewhere on this spiritual journey of life. We are all on a spiritual journey. No man alive is not on some kind of spiritual journey! From the man that doesn't believe in God to the man that is totally dedicated to God. The atheist cannot find God for the same reason that a thief cannot find a policeman.

Prov 16:25
25 There is a way that seems right to a man, but in the end it leads to death. NIV
My scripture says :"There is a way..."

There are only three kinds of persons; those who serve God, having found Him; others who are occupied in seeking Him, not having found Him; while the remainder live without seeking Him, and without having found Him. The first are reasonable and happy, the last are foolish and unhappy; those between are unhappy and reasonable. -- Pascal in Pensees.

Everyone of us have a way to walk in life. "Life is a grindstone. Whether it grinds you down or polishes you up depends upon what you are made of."

You will become something and walk a pathway that your choices lead!
A Vietnam Soldier
We who lived in concentration camps can remember the men who walked through the huts comforting others, giving away their last piece of bread. They may have been few in number, but they offer sufficient proof that everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of human freedoms to choose one's attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one's own way.

Today I want us to look at the first attitude which is that of "Walking in resistance."
1. An attitude of resistance!
"... There is a way that seems rig ...


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