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Veterans for Life – This Veteran is for CHRIST

Updated: Feb 9, 2023



Everyone who joined the military had initial training and went to basic training or boot camp. Training could go anywhere from 8 weeks to 13 weeks for most entry-level military recruits. The military has changed drastically since many of us embarked on our military careers, but training is just as difficult for some young people starting their journey. #armyveterans, #christiansoldiers,

#militaryveterans, #sistersinarms, #iserved, #servingtoserveothers. Many of us who entered the military had some religious experience as Christians or Believers in Jesus Christ. But just like going off to college, we, too, embarked on a new journey. It’s not inconceivable to believe that expedition led us away from some of our fundamental beliefs.


We are Christian women Veterans who believe in Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior. We understand that Jesus died on the cross for our sins, and He no longer wears a crown of thorns. As military veterans, we spent many years serving in some capacity. Our ultimate service is to Jesus Christ inside and outside the military. From the beginning, God had a purpose and design for our lives, so let’s continue to live a life of servitude to our Lord & Savior.


Have you ever struggled while working in an environment that might not embrace your Christian

values? As Veterans, we realized that some people might not have accepted our Christian values; sometimes, our values are frowned upon or misunderstood. However, we believe God would not place more on us than what we could bear without giving us a way to escape. We should remember mighty warriors from the Bible like Joshua and how God rewarded him for his faithfulness.


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Finally, let’s take a Biblical view of our military service. 2 Timothy 2: 1-4 gives us a perspective we may not have considered going into the military. #iserveChrist

 

Be Strong in Grace

2 Timothy 2 You, therefore, my son, be strong in the grace that is in Christ Jesus. 2 What you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses, commit to faithful men[a] who will be able to teach others also. 3 Share in suffering as a good soldier of Christ Jesus. 4 No one serving as a soldier gets entangled in the concerns of civilian life; he seeks to please the commanding officer.

Christian Standard Bible (CSB)

 

What does the Bible say about a Christian serving in the military?

The short answer is:

The Bible contains plenty of information about serving in the military. While many of the Bible’s references to the military are only analogies, several verses directly relate to this question. The Bible does not specifically state whether or not someone should serve in the military. At the same time, Christians can rest assured that being a soldier is highly respected throughout the Scriptures and know that such service is consistent with a biblical worldview.

 

Another insightful article is about why Christians face trials and tribulations, not just for Christians

who served in the military but everywhere and for those who work in any occupation.


Keep reading below:

 

Why does God allow us to go through trials and tribulations?

The short answer is:

One of the most difficult parts of the Christian life is the fact that becoming a disciple of Christ does not make us immune to life’s trials and tribulations. Why would a good and loving God allow us to go through such things as the death of a child, disease and injury to ourselves and our loved ones, financial hardships, worry and fear? Surely, if He loved us, He would take all these things away from us. After all, doesn’t loving us mean He wants our lives to be easy and comfortable? Well, no, it doesn’t. The Bible clearly teaches that God loves those who are His children, and He “works all things together for good” for us (Romans 8:28). So that must mean that the trials and tribulations He allows in our lives are part of the working together of all things for good. Therefore, for the believer, all trials and tribulations must have a divine purpose.

 

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