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”Count it all joy, my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds, for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness.“

‭‭James‬ ‭1‬:‭2‬-‭3‬ ‭ESV‬‬

Battlefields by their very nature are full of stories of chaos.  When we arrive at a battlefield for a TJC Summit there is often an element of chaos as we check people in, distribute shirts and handouts, etc. Both the historical and the contemporary chaos reflect what is going on in most of our lives at any given moment.

While it’s the tangible chaos of daily life that is most apparent, yesterday's DBO explained the spiritual battles that create chaos in our hearts and minds.  It’s real and we need to be prepared, so we talk about it.

I work for a relatively new organization that really didn’t begin to get organized until about 5 years ago.  Incredible growth on a global scale paired with significant amounts of both spiritual and physical struggles has created a lot of chaos.  We understand though that chaos, is simply a part of the process God used to refine us. So we don’t run from the chaos, we embrace it. We expect the joy that comes on the other side if we persevere.

When you face chaos, consider the buffalo.  When a storm comes, unlike other animals, buffalo turn and run toward the storm, facing it head on.  Because of this they spend less time in the chaos of the storm and get to the other side.

Daily Battle Order:

As part of my own development to face the chaos of our organization (and life in general) I became part of a Christian business group called C12.  Today watch their video explaining the buffalo with your family.

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David Splan
David Splan
6 days ago

A white buffalo was just born. Many native Americans believe this is a sign of change. Most also believe in Jesus.

Judge not and pray with all your heart and you will see all happiness that you visualize

CHt and combat Marine

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