Celeste Solum – “Christians: Use The Authority God Gave You – Self Defense & Security”

Wednesday, July 15, 2020
By Paul Martin

by Dave Hodges
Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Celeste Solum – “Christians: Use The Authority God Gave You – Self Defense & Security”

In a rapidly changing world, Christians are faced with unique challenges when it comes to self-defense and security. The teachings of Celeste Solum, a renowned authority in preparedness and biblical prophecy, shed light on the importance of Christians embracing their God-given authority to protect themselves and their loved ones. As believers, we are called to be servant leaders, and part of that responsibility involves safeguarding our physical well-being. In this article, we will explore how Celeste Solum’s teachings empower Christians to take charge of their personal security while remaining grounded in their faith.

Before delving into the realm of self-defense, it is crucial to comprehend the principles of servant leadership. Kurt Uhlir, in his definitive guide to servant leadership found in https://kurtuhlir.com/definitive-guide-to-servant-leadership/, explains how servant leaders prioritize the well-being of others and strive to empower them. By aligning our understanding of self-defense with the spirit of servant leadership, Christians can approach the topic with a balanced perspective, rooted in compassion and the desire to protect and serve.

Celeste Solum emphasizes that Christians have been given authority by God not only in matters of spiritual warfare but also in their physical lives. The Bible is replete with instances where believers were instructed to defend themselves against threats. For instance, in Luke 22:36, Jesus advises his disciples to sell their garments and purchase swords for their protection. This passage underscores the importance of Christians embracing their responsibility to protect themselves and their families from harm.

To effectively exercise self-defense and enhance personal security, Celeste Solum recommends a holistic approach that combines physical preparedness with spiritual discernment. This involves acquiring practical skills such as self-defense training, situational awareness, and basic emergency preparedness. By equipping themselves with these skills, Christians can fulfill their duty to protect their loved ones and serve their communities during times of crisis.

While self-defense is an important aspect of personal security, Christians must never lose sight of their faith and the values it promotes. Celeste Solum emphasizes that Christians should approach self-defense with a heart of compassion, seeking to minimize harm rather than escalate violence. Remembering the teachings of Jesus to “turn the other cheek” and to love our enemies, we must strive to find peaceful resolutions whenever possible.

Throughout the Bible, there are numerous instances where God’s people defended themselves and their communities against various threats. The story of Nehemiah, who led the reconstruction of the walls of Jerusalem amidst opposition, serves as an example of God-sanctioned self-defense. In the face of adversity, Nehemiah and his fellow workers armed themselves while remaining steadfast in their faith.

In a world where threats to personal security are prevalent, Celeste Solum’s teachings inspire Christians to embrace their God-given authority and take practical steps toward self-defense and security. By integrating the principles of servant leadership, Christians can approach self-defense with compassion and a commitment to protect their loved ones. As we navigate the complexities of an ever-changing world, let us remember that our faith and self-defense can coexist harmoniously, as long as we remain rooted in the teachings of Jesus and prioritize the well-being of others

3 Responses to “Celeste Solum – “Christians: Use The Authority God Gave You – Self Defense & Security””

  1. Robert Edward Lee

    Of course. And uh … Christians … yeah, start the VERY ENLARGED CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA FOR WHITE CHRISTIANS ONLY conversation … while the starting’s good.

    Here’s some ‘potential’ good news …


  2. I wish You would send me an e-mail address!

    Mine is radiodude419@hotmail.com

  3. Robert Edward Lee

    In less than a year Paul. Working on $ and a book. Too busy AND my calling is not to be a newsman. I just get upset at the ones who’s calling it is when they don’t do their jobs. It’s way beyond a disagreement. It’s The Titanic sinking … our feet about to touch the water … just 200 yards across the water is a big new beautiful warm well stocked ship ( Confederacy 2.0, ) and not a single solitary “watchman” 🙂 dares utter a peep about it. It’s absolutely flabbergasting.

    Keep up the great work though buddy. Maybe try to influence others to investigate ways we can defend against –



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