- Created: Wednesday, 19 June 2013 12:33
- Written by Andrea Yim
When entering a battle...
... if not properly suited, can result in death. A solider NEVER sits or lays or cries after being wouded. He is not distracted by the blood that drips from the wound the enemy gave, if it were so, it would be only the begining of more wounds. A solider chooses to PRESS in and foward, doing his duty in war.
When wounded, it's not that the solider does not see his wound or feel the constant pain of it, it's that he understands that he MUST CONTINUE TO FIGHT UNTIL THE BATTLE IS WON. At times the wounds are so severe and deep that I feel I could lose this battle and even at times not care if I did.
It is then when I realize that the hope of heaven is worth fighting for, even if it means misery on earth.
I will fight the good fight, I will finish this race I WILL KEEP MY FAITH.
Thank You Brent Yim my forever love for showing me how to be the bravest of soliders.
(No I did not steal this from a book. It is the raw pain that Jesus shows me these undeniable truths)