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MY WAY HOME
A retired Marine officer tells how Scriptural inspiration helped him out of a jam at a military airport.
"'Before they call, I will answer; and while they are yet speaking, I will hear,'" said the pastor, quoting from Isaiah (65:24). I was listening to the Bible Hour program on a small Christian radio station as my car sped down the highway. As a reserve officer in the United States Marine Corps, I was traveling across Georgia and South Carolina on my way to a base in North Carolina.
I spent many a lonely night on the road as an officer, and I always loved listening to Bible-based radio. I remember well a pastor's powerful voice filling my car with passages from the Bible—passages that he referred to as "spiritual ammunition."
About the author
Keith Simon is a retired Major in the United States Marine Corps Reserve.
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