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Faithful in the Battle

Faithful in the Battle| Part 1

World War II marks a significant time in our history. For many Christians, it was a time that tested their faith. And yet, Jesus remained faithful.

Part 1: During the Holocaust, Corrie ten Boom and her family helped many Jews escape—until they were caught and taken to a concentration camp. The terrible events that followed would change Corrie’s life forever.

Part 2: After being arrested and imprisoned in a concentration camp, Corrie ten Boom was left with nothing to cling to but her faith. Find out how God sustained her during her most difficult days.

Part 3: While Allied troops prepared for D-Day, many wondered if they would survive as they fulfilled their duty for freedom. As we face the daily battles of our own lives, how do we remain faithful to the Lord?

Part 4: 75 years ago, Allied troops stormed the beaches of Normandy. Facing death, they found comfort in numbers. On today’s program, we’re looking at how to find similar comfort in spiritual battles we face every day.

Part 5: The Christian life is often compared to a battle against sin. So what gives us the drive to keep on fighting? Romans 8 gives us hope when it promises that nothing can separate us from the love of God.

Faithful in the Battle| Part 1June 3, 2019
Faithful in the Battle| Part 2June 4, 2019
Faithful in the Battle| Part 3June 5, 2019
Faithful in the Battle| Part 4June 6, 2019
Faithful in the Battle| Part 5June 7, 2019



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