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Prepare your hearts. It is a great day. But you will meet with many adversaries, if you determine to go on with God. It is for the bold in spirit, for those who dare to believe for God's best and highest. But to those…"
I am 17 years old and trained at Finns Kenpo Karate for 5 years. I am a 3rd degree Brown Belt there also a Red Belt which allows me to instruct. I have been to Italy for the WTKA World Championships in Karate and BJJ. I took 2nd place in the world in Open Hand forms and BJJ. I am also the 2007 Somerslam Grandchampion. I work at Kmart and have been there over a year now.
Anointed Fighter is asking you in Jesus name to prayerfully consider partnering with us to impact people around the world through the life-changing Gospel of Jesus Christ. For the last 2 ½ years, Anointed Fighter has reached out to countries around the world through our online ministry. Through Christ, our resources have touched many lives. We are excited in the spirit to continue growing and reaching more people with the good news of Jesus Christ. We are continually amazed by God’s blessings and faithfulness, and we are grateful that each day God opens new doors for ministry.
Your support, both prayerfully and financially, has made this possible. It is the Lord’s moving in the hearts of partners like you that has been the greatest testament of God’s faithfulness to Anointed Fighter Ministries.
Thank you, and may God bless you in Jesus name.
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Prepare your hearts. It is a great day. But you will meet with many adversaries, if you determine to go on with God. It is for the bold in spirit, for those who dare to believe for God's best and highest. But to those who have seen the vision of the inheritance and tasted of the firstfruits, there is no choice. Live or die, sink or swim, they must press their way on to a new dimension in the Spirit for this last day.
And thank God, there is victory, a glorious victory. I can't promise you an easy road, void of suffering. But I can promise you His Presence all along the way. This will come by a sovereign act of God. But it will come to those whose hearts are ready, prepared, and faithful. So stand thou fast in the faith, quit ye like men, for the ultimate victory over every enemy is at hand!
Proverbs 11:14 “For lack of guidance a nation falls, but many advisers make victory sure.”
In the name of Jesus Christ, I want to thank you for standing back to back with me inside the Cage-of-life on this website. Currently, my wife and I are working on an Animation project targeted at kids called Eternity Fighting Championship - (The slide show below) and we pray in the name of Jesus Christ for God’s will to be done. Would you please take a moment and give us some of your feedback about this vision?
"Dear friends, do not be surprised at the painful trial you are suffering, as though something strange were happening to you. But rejoice that you participate in the sufferings of Christ, so that you may be overjoyed when his glory is revealed"
(1 Peter 4:12-13).
I've observed a principle:
The pathway of an Anointed Fighter always takes us through the "Training Camp of Adversity." We see this principle not only in the story of Joseph, who endured thirteen years of adversity, but also in the lives of many other leaders in both the Old and New Testament.
Moses was raised in the royal splendor of Pharaoh's household in Egypt, but he was forced to flee and spend 40 years in desert exile before God spoke from a burning bush and called him to lead the Hebrew people out of slavery.
Joshua spent the years of his youth as a slave in Egypt and his middle-aged years wandering in the desert at Moses' side. He was well acquainted with adversity when God called him to lead Israel's armies in the conquest of Canaan.
The prophet Daniel was thrown into a den of hungry lions before he could reach a place of power and influence in the Babylonian courts.
And we see this same pattern played out in the lives of David, Isaiah, Amos, Hosea and other Old Testament leaders.
Turning to the New Testament, we see that even Jesus had to face adversity in the desert, suffering hunger, thirst, temptation and opposition from Satan. Only then could He begin His public ministry. The Lord's Anointed Fighters had to endure the loss of their Master, the failure of their own faith and character, and the dark days of despair between the cross and the empty tomb before they could become the founding leaders of the Lord's church.
It's hard to find anyone in Anointed Fighter history who became a great champion inside the cage-of-life without having spent countless hours on the mat in the "Training Camp of Adversity."
A lot of Anointed Fighters hear condemning thoughts, and some fighters even think it's God telling them these things. Let me just say, nothing could be further from the truth! God NEVER tells you what a loser you are.
Jesus said He came not to condemn the world, but to save it (John 12:47)!
What is condemnation?
Condemnation comes from Satan and is meant to tear you down. Much like constant leg kicks during a cage fight, condemnation continually points out what a failure you are, and how badly you've messed up. Condemnation is showing you the problem, but avoiding the solution.
Jesus did NOT come to condemn the world (John 12:47). There is no condemnation in Christ Jesus (Romans 8:1). Satan on the other hand is KNOWN for accusing the brethren (Rev 12:10).
Why won't you ever hear God telling you what a failure you are? Because Jesus said, "I came not to judge the world, but to save the world." (John 12:47)
What is conviction?
Conviction is known in the Bible as Godly sorrow. The Anointed Fighters notebook (bible) tells us that Godly sorrow is what leads us to repentance (Romans 2:4). Condemnation tells you, "You are such a failure! Look at what you did!" while conviction tells you, "Come to me... and I will forgive you!"
Not only is God willing to forgive your sins, but He longs (deeply desires) to do so!
Isaiah 30:18, "Therefore the LORD longs to be gracious to you, And therefore He waits on high to have compassion on you. For the LORD is a God of justice; How blessed are all those who long for Him." (NASB)
1 John 1:9, "If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from ALL unrighteousness."
Romans 2:4, "Or despisest thou the riches of his goodness and forbearance and longsuffering; not knowing that the goodness of God leadeth thee to repentance?"
Conviction shows you the answer to your problem. Conviction shows you the blood of Jesus that wipes away your sins!
What is the difference?
Conviction shows you the answer (the Blood of Jesus, which washes away sin), while condemnation shows you the problem (the sin, the past and your failures). Condemnation shows you the problem, but conviction shows you the answer.
Condemnation shouts, "Your past! Your sins! You loser!" But conviction shouts, "The Blood of Jesus washes away sins! Come to Jesus and be forgiven of your sins! You can be forgiven! Your sins and past don't have to be a part of you anymore!"
Understanding the nature of God's forgiveness
It's so important for Anointed Fighters to understand the nature of God's forgiveness and His desire to wash us clean from our pasts.