Eating and drinking, to excess
is an insalubrious proposition;
our gluttony greatly epitomizes
the selfishness that consumes us

when we’re blinded… by our lust.
Our poor behavior demonstrates
the foolishness of our flesh; if
we’re failing to ultimately trust

Him, then we’ll sow the seeds of
destruction and reap the ungodly
results, which may include death.
Despite our mistakes, His Love

covers us, as He patiently waits
for us to respond with the prayers
of a repentant heart; therefore,
let’s resume a way that’s straight

and narrow- the path towards Christ!

Inspired by:
Luke 12:20; Gal 6:8; Matt 7:13-14

Trencherman: Person devoted to excessive eating and drinking.

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By Joseph J. Breunig 3rd, © 2017, All rights reserved.

With a proper attitude of humility,
we can die to ourselves daily, as
Christ leads us on our path of Faith.
In a repentant state, we will see

that it becomes much easier to love
others- as we should! Our actions,
before men, allow His Light to shine
through us; His Word countermoves

against enemy attacks, when we speak
His Truth over Life’s circumstances.
We can overcome, knowing that Christ
gives us strength, when we’re weak.

Inspired by:
Matt 16:24–25; Mark 8:34–35; Rom 6-8;
Luke 13:3, 14:27; Gal 2:20, 5:24; 
2 Cor 12:9-10

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Not heeding the real Truth of Christ,
will lead us into derailed victories;
in addition, we’ve been challenged to
question and make spiritual inquiries

regarding the legitimacy of His Word.
We need to be diligent in our studies
of the Scriptures, showing ourselves
approved of Him and not lazy nobodies,

who remain ignorant of His principles.
After all, it’s The Spirit’s pleasure
to lead us into everlasting Truth; our
inclination is to have that treasure…

of Christ within our hearts each day
and to enjoy the presence of His sway!

Inspired by:
2 Cor 2:14; Judg 18:5-6; John 16:13-15;
Matt 6:21; Psa 119:10-17; Col 3:1-3

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Isn’t it time, that we stop crying,
for deliverance from circumstance’s
punishment, when we really should
be begging to be freed from our sin?
His Word teaches us that escaping
.
the results of ‘Sowing and Reaping’
is not feasible; our given ability
to reason, isn’t diminished when…
we have the Hope of Christ within.
Instead, we ought to be willing
.
to end production of needless pain
towards our God; anxiety and fears
prevents us from pushing forward in
victory, although we’re working and
striving towards… a worthwhile gain.

Inspired by:
Heb 12:1; 1 Cor 9:24  and

We cry too often to be delivered from the
punishment, instead of the sin that lies
behind it.  We are anxious to escape from
the things that cause us pain rather than
from the things that cause God pain.
-G. Campbell Morgan

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By Joseph J. Breunig 3rd, © 2017, All rights reserved.

I’d rather live for Christ
and not burn in Hell; yet, I
won’t apologize for sharing
a Faith of… an eternal Life.

Promoting The Kingdom of God
is an interesting challenge;
His wisdom transcends that of
mortal men, while using flawed

souls like me. I have chosen
to evangelize with His sacred
tenets of Truth; I praise Him,
knowing that I serve a risen

Savior, Lord and King of Kings;
through my poetry, I will sing
of His greatness, mercy, Love
and enduring peace… He brings.

Inspired by:
1 Cor 1:25; Psa 136:3; Rev 19:16;
Phil 4:7-9

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Though we’re forgiven sinners,
saved by His Grace, we should…
accept the sacred precept that
we’ve been made a new creation
and not spiritual beginners,

who are wallowing in the past.
Are we remaining sin conscious
and not focused on glorifying
Christ The Son and His Father?
In God’s image, we’ve been cast

to shine brighter… than stars,
with Christ’s essence emanating
from our Life and Love for Him!
Can we repent at a deeper level
and recognize that we’re jars

of human clay, who are broken
for His plan and purpose? He
strengthens, sustains and leads
us; therefore, let’s rise up;
into our hearts, He has spoken!

Inspired by:
2 Cor 5:17; 1 John 4:17; John 10:26;
Eph 1:3-14, 2:8; Dan 12:3; Jer 29:11

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Isn’t peace indicative…
of a Godly, quiet heart?
How else can one explain

the calm that’s realized
during personal storms?
Does His Presence remain

with us, in these times
of temporary crisis? Do
souls remain untroubled?

Can our spirits continue
unafraid, allowing us to
go forward with redoubled

efforts, to reach others
with the Gospel, as part
of… Heaven’s campaign?

Inspired by:
John 14:27; Num 6:24-26

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