Harnessing the Predator

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Harnessing the Predator
Written By Mark Edgemon

Mark Christian was a warrior…a spiritual warrior, who had a direct line to God. You’ve heard the expression used before, but he really did. He had spent most of his life removing sins and false premises and accepting Truths and the Will of God, so he was sanctified and cleansed of his personal sins. He still had areas of his life he needed to keep an eye on, but he was on top of it and on his knees.

He loved God with all of his heart and showed it by bending his will and his desires to please God on a moment-by-moment basis. And when he stumbled which was rare, he would begin to pray before he would hit the ground. Usually there was an angel around to catch him as the scripture goes.

God would send him to help those in need, the weak and the innocent, who needed a champion to fight for them. When Mark would show up on the scene, he stood between the wicked and the weak and very convincingly showed the evil people who would prey on those who were unable to fight back the error of their ways. Whereas the needy could not fight, Mark could by addressing the needs of the moment to God in prayer. There was very little down time in God’s responses.

Using human instruments and sometimes miracles, God would deliver the righteous and destroy the wicked as Mark would pray for assistance.

Mark would often teach those he helped how to get closer to God and how to fight for themselves in spiritual warfare. Many repented and got stronger in God, while others drifted back into their old ways and would become prey once again for some other wicked person.

One day, a very powerful, wicked man set out to falsely plant evidence on Mark the humble spiritual warrior. On the way home, the man died in a fiery car crash. God had Mark’s back.

Copyright © 2008 Mark Edgemon

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