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    “No man in the wrong can stand up against a fellow that is in the right and keeps on a-comin’.” Captain Bill McDonald, Texas Ranger.

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    Good guys wear white hats. And they never run out of bullets.

    Tuesday, January 24, 2006

    Steve Sporre

    Becoming who God wants you to be is never easy. It is harder for some than others. Some folks must overcome great obstacles. Some folks are faced with the impossible. Those are the folks that have to rely on God the most. When the Beasts are too mighty to slay, the warrior depends on help.

    Facing one’s own sin is tough. Defeating it is tougher. But armed with faith a little boy can down a mighty giant. He doesn’t rely on his own power. He doesn’t have to.

    I enjoy the Christian testimonies of folks who had to come from behind. Often these stories are rough. But, that makes them special.

    Steve Sporre has been reading my blog since the third post. This is good because it turned me on to his blog early. He has recently recorded his testimony in the book Into the Mirror. This book is not yet published. It is available as a blog at

    I must warn you that this story is rough. It is often ugly. Steve uses the appropriate obscene language to describe his thoughts being an addict in treatment. If you can’t handle that language, then his story is not for you. If a few words that you would normally hear in the real world are not a deterrent, then I highly endorse reading Steve’s story before some editor ruins it prior to print.

    Steve blesses the lives of all kinds of folks. He definitely blesses the lives of bloggers.

    I’ll end this post the way he ends all of his.

    God is good.