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“The life of the disciple is not for the timid” by Kris Lundgaard

“The life of the disciple is not for the timid. Most would rather give in to sin than go through the painful work of picking up a cross and nailing their flesh to it.”

–Kris Lundgaard, The Enemy Within (Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R, 1998), 31.

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“Where sin can’t breathe” by Kris Lundgaard

“We worship a tender Father as well as a ‘consuming fire’ (Hebrews 12:28-29). Sin can’t breath in an atmosphere of fear and reverence before God. It suffocates. Can you imagine your lust cheery and prosperous when you are on your face before a holy God?”

–Kris Lundgaard, The Enemy Within (Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R, 1998), 131.

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“Indwelling sin is our Judas” by Kris Lundgaard

“Dante found Brutus, Cassius, and Judas in the deepest pit of hell. Those who are traitors, who win the trust of their friends and then betray from the inside, are the most wicked of all. Indwelling sin is our Judas.”

–Kris Lundgaard, The Enemy Within (Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R, 1998), 31.

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