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Chapter 1 - Hitting Rock Bottom Saved My Life - # “No Room in the Inn?”

November 11, 2020 Brad Wyrick
Follow Me into Eternity
Chapter 1 - Hitting Rock Bottom Saved My Life - # “No Room in the Inn?”
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Chapter 1 - Hitting Rock Bottom Saved My Life - # “No Room in the Inn?”
Nov 11, 2020
Brad Wyrick

MY ROCK BOTTOM JOURNEY

VIEW: TRAILER – NO ROOM IN THE INN

I grew up during the 1960s and 1970s, taking part in both the Hippie and Jesus movements. While trying to live both lifestyles, I hadn't a chance. So, this is my 'Hitting Rock Bottom' story, and I pray that you will look for eternal lessons to apply in your life. 

We come to our Lord Jesus Christ for one reason or the other. There are various decisions made in life that bring us to our knees. Some of us have hit rock bottom, and some believe it because it's the right thing to do, and others expect to receive a promise that only God can make and keep. For me, it was hitting rock bottom and selfishly wanting God to bless me and give me hope for my life in 1969.

When I received Christ Jesus as my personal Lord and Savior, I was a Hippie, a drug addict, a drug dealer — accumulating 28 arrests for my sins and crimes. I share this as a statement of fact and testament to my bondage.

I was a fool, so I played the fool. I wanted to be different but not make a difference. Being the first one to wear bell-bottoms and love beads to school, only to become the first one arrested for selling drugs on campus. My being different made a lasting difference for the ones buying my poison.

Sin has ramifications on the individual, their circle of family, and friends. Justly, we do reap what we sow. Sin has consequences that affect us momentarily, seasonally, generationally, and in some cases; eternally.

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Show Notes

MY ROCK BOTTOM JOURNEY

VIEW: TRAILER – NO ROOM IN THE INN

I grew up during the 1960s and 1970s, taking part in both the Hippie and Jesus movements. While trying to live both lifestyles, I hadn't a chance. So, this is my 'Hitting Rock Bottom' story, and I pray that you will look for eternal lessons to apply in your life. 

We come to our Lord Jesus Christ for one reason or the other. There are various decisions made in life that bring us to our knees. Some of us have hit rock bottom, and some believe it because it's the right thing to do, and others expect to receive a promise that only God can make and keep. For me, it was hitting rock bottom and selfishly wanting God to bless me and give me hope for my life in 1969.

When I received Christ Jesus as my personal Lord and Savior, I was a Hippie, a drug addict, a drug dealer — accumulating 28 arrests for my sins and crimes. I share this as a statement of fact and testament to my bondage.

I was a fool, so I played the fool. I wanted to be different but not make a difference. Being the first one to wear bell-bottoms and love beads to school, only to become the first one arrested for selling drugs on campus. My being different made a lasting difference for the ones buying my poison.

Sin has ramifications on the individual, their circle of family, and friends. Justly, we do reap what we sow. Sin has consequences that affect us momentarily, seasonally, generationally, and in some cases; eternally.

AUDIBLE BOOKS BY BRAD WYRICK

AUTHOR PAGE AMAZON

LOVE OFFERINGS ARE WELCOMED AT PAYPAL

[email protected] 



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