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In World War 1 much of the fighting took place along what is known as the Western front. Large systems of trenches ran from the North Sea to the border of Switzerland. Between the trenches was a section of land known as “no man’s land.” Often the key to survival was remaining in the trenches, lifting your head out of curiosity would run the risk of getting a bullet in the brain. You see the reason they needed to remain in the trench was because there was an enemy who was out to destroy them, no matter how quiet the enemy got, no matter how safe it may have seemed. To get out from their secure position of abiding in the trench was to risk destruction by the enemy.

And friends, we are to remain in Christ, to get out form our secure position of abiding it Christ is to risk destruction by the enemy.

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